Felicia Edem Attipoe shares the story of how she became Ghana’s first female aircraft marshaller

Felicia Edem Attipoe, Ghana’s first female aircraft marshaller on Wednesday, May 11, shared an emotional story of how she fell from “grace to grass” on the first edition of the “My Story series” on the Strong and Sassy show.

She broke down in tears as she recounted how she tasted “Heaven on Earth” in her marriage to an Ambassador but her life changed completely after the marriage hit the rocks.

Detailing the events, she indicated that it all began at the age of 28 after she had secured a job at the Kotoka International Airport.

Life before the divorce

“I met this man who gave me Heaven on Earth. He was a politician and we got married when I was 28 years old and that was the best thing that ever happened. He became an ambassador and he exposed me to riches. I didn’t know which car I would use. Today you see me in a car the next day I’m in another one.

“I had a seamstress who sews for me alone, all it took me was a phone call, and then she would give me something to wear. I had a wardrobe full of jewellery, cloth – you can’t look me in the eyes twice,” she recounted.

In fact, Felicia was drowned in riches and royalty.

“I visited countries. I don’t know which country I haven’t been to apart from hell. I met with queens and kings and dined with them. I sat in a car with a flag and that was me coming because I was a big man’s wife. I received dignitaries – that was my grace.

SourceJessie Ola-Morris

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