Love they say knows no bound. This is true as Ghana first trans woman finds love and set to marry her pastor hubby. Angela Coleman, a 26-year old transgender woman revealed plans to get married to her man, a Belgium-based Ghanaian pastor.
Angela Coleman (Madina Broni) who previously known as Prince Coleman now prefers to be called Angela Coleman, first Ghanaian transgendered female In an exclusive interview with Joy News, Angela spoke about her new found self.
“I wasn’t born this way but circumstances brought me here and I believe it was God’s intention for me to change into a woman someday”.
Narrating how the change came about, she disclosed:
“I was initially scared because I was receiving death threats just because people thought I was gay but now I don’t think there is someone out there who hates me so I feel proud and free-spirited and my family is okay with who I have become. I completely feel like a woman and would have killed myself if I hadn’t undergone the surgery”.
According to Angela Coleman, Belgium-based Pastor will be the first man in her life since becoming a transgender.
“I am attracted to men and I have a boyfriend who is in his late forties. I was surprised because I never believed I would date or marry a pastor but he proposed about eight months ago and it was a very wonderful feeling.
“We are making plans towards a big wedding and his family has accepted me for who I am with his mom coming down on May 27 to see me”, Angela disclosed.
During an another interview about her gender , she said, he was always mocked for having the features of a woman. She stated that she always felt trapped in a man’s body and decided to change his sex when he had the opportunity to travel to Spain and that his family accepts who “she” has become now.