For sometime now, the issues related to domestic violence especially against women has been on the rise across the country as it reported in the news that some men brutally beat up their wives as some of them even kill them.
This evening the sad news reported by Angel Fm is that a 35-year-old man named Yaw Tetteh has shot his 25 years old wife Ama Atta to death at Agormanya in the Lower Manya Krobo district. And according to the eyewitnesses, the two have been fighting almost every day and when the woman was asked what the cause of their fights was, she said that her husband has been having affairs with her anywhere and all the time. And she is tired and wants a break but the man would not understand.
And in the process of the misunderstanding, the woman decided to leave the marriage and packed her things out so that she could leave. And due to lack of patience on the side of the man, he shot her for trying to divorce him.
What do you think of these incidents, which are rising nowadays? What should be done to this man? Share your thoughts with us in the comments section below.
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