The issues related to gender-based violence has been on the rise across the country, as women and men beat their partners until they get into critical conditions.
According to Angel Fm’s mid-day news dubbed “Orgasm News” read by Kwadwo Dickson and Serwaa Akoto, a woman named Mary Quaye popularly known as Obaa Yaa has butchered the father of her children based on cheating basis.
From the report, the woman heard a rumour that her husband who has neglected his children and not evening paying their school fees has moved in with another woman, so she went to see for herself.
And when she went there, she attacked the lady and when her husband came to separate them, it escalated to a deadly fight as the man used a stick on the woman and the woman, in turn, used a cutlass to cut the some parts of the man’s neck which made him unconscious due to the loss of blood.
And as at now, the woman is in the Agona Dunkwa police custody for further investigation. What do you think of this? Share your thoughts with us in the comments section below.
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