In less than one week we have lost two ladies all because dating and relationship matters at Obuasi.
According to the report, Man identified as Atta is a chainsaw operator killed her girlfriend for allegedly having affairs with another man.
"After killing the woman, he (Atta) called taxi to come and take the body to the mortuary. But the taxi driver seen the state of the body suspected it was not a natural death so he called the police." Stephen Sekyere reported.
The boyfriend revealed to the police that, he saw naked photos of his girlfriend and another man in bed in her phone, so he wanted to collect the phone which the she refused to give the phone. This lead to an argument which resulted to her death, which he claim was an accidental.
In my opinion the girls stop cheating and this killings will stop because some men can stand the chance of losing long time investment. Leave your comments and opinions below and share. Don't forget to follow my page for more updates.
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