The case of domestic violence has been trending in recent times. As most of the victims are left dead or badly injured, and they are mostly children and women.
Not long ago, a woman called Clara Ampah, who is a caretaker at a daycare school was arrested for maltreating an 11 months baby in the process of feeding. The baby died after it ended up in the hospital. This made a lot of people aware of who they give their children to and the importance of installing a CCTV camera in their homes.
According to the report from Angel Fm, the woman was sent to Adenta court and in the process, she asked the court to allow her to go and see her children. But she was denied and remanded to police custody for further investigation to be done.
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