Angel FM this afternoon is reporting of a gruesome incident that happened in Nungua. According to the reports, Kojo Adjei, 28, is a painter but because of lack of clients during and after Covid-19 he and his girlfriend used the little money they had to buy second hand clothing for sale. The two then started hawking to sell their wares in town. On weekends, Kojo is believed to go out alone to sell with his wife at home.
In narrating what happened, Maxwell Osei Owusu, Angel FM's News Editor explained that on that fateful Sunday, Nana Adjei left for town without leaving money for his girlfriend Grace Borteley. After he left Grace made sales from one of the second hand clothing worth 7 cedis. She then used the money to buy food for herself and the child. When Kojo Adjei Appiah arrived he noticed that one of his clothing to be sold was missing. He queried the wife who said someone had bought on credit.
The husband then demanded she goes to get the money. She then confessed that she had spent on food. Kojo did not say anything. After some time, he went to iron. As he ironed he called his girlfriend and queried her again as to what happened. As she explained he grabbed the hot iron and used it on the wife’s cheek, hand, breast, stomach and other parts of her body.
The Nungua Division of the Domestic Violence and Victim Support Unit (DOVVSU) is currently processing Kojo Adjei Appiah for court. Many are wondering the implication on his family if he is jailed. Will his girlfriend ever be the same again?
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