Businesswoman and socialite, Ayisha Modi is insisting that she and Abass Sariki are indeed involved in a romantic relationship.
Ayisha promptly responded in a TikTok session to revelations made by her partner Abass Sariki in the media about the status of their relationship.
According to Ayisha, the Sowutuom chieftain proposed to her on their first meeting, expressing his desire to marry her.
She explained that she took six to seven months to accept his proposal, deeming it too hasty
“He took me to his mother and told her he intends to marry me. He took me to his first wife and did the same. I asked him why he kept taking me around his family members when I had not even accepted his proposal. It took me 6 to 7 months to accept his proposal and my birthday in 2020 was when we started our love journey,” she shared
She further explained that Sariki had indicated that in Islamic tradition, a woman who plans to marry a man with other wives must first appease his existing wives through a specific ritual, which she fulfilled.
“He told me in Islam, any woman who is set to marry a man with wives must first appease his other wives. There is a rite for that. I bought all the items needed and did exactly that. He didn’t approach me with a dating proposal. He told me from day one that he wanted to marry me,” she revealed.
To support her claims, Ayisha mentioned that Abass brought his child to live with her, and they displayed each other’s pictures in their respective living spaces. Ayisha asserted that they even set a date for their wedding ceremony.
“He even brought his child to come to live with me. If you come to my house, I have pictures of him in my living room and vice versa. I have been to his hometown and have been introduced to his mother’s family as the woman he intends to marry. He came to see my family and we even set a date for the wedding ceremony and all that,” she added.
In a recent interview with Daily View GH, Abass Sariki vehemently denied being in a romantic relationship with Ayisha Modi.
He clarified that they are friends and nothing more, expressing his distress over the persistent mentions of their alleged connection.
Abass indicated that he could never marry Ayisha and urged her to stop mentioning his name in such a manner.