After the Chelsea and Manchester City game, a woman, according to eyewitnesses, stabbed her former boy friend to death. According to the reports, the woman entered into the ‘drinking spot’ at Teshie, where her ex- boyfriend was, happily celebrating his club’s (Chelsea) victory over Manchester City in the Champions League, and allegedly stabbed him directly in the chest.
According to the family, the man was rushed to the 37 Military Hospital in Accra, but was later pronounced dead.
The woman, who is according to the family is having three children with the deceased is currently on the run, is being hunted by the Teshie Police.
Chelsea has overcome Manchester City to secure second Champions League trophy. Chelsea won their second League title and denied Pep Guardiola's Manchester City their first, after Kai Havertz grabbed a first-half goal to secure a 1-0 win in Saturday's all-English final at the Estadio Do Dragao in Porto, Portugal.
According to the story, the woman (suspect); had two weeks earlier made a complaint at the Domestic Violence and Victim Support Unit (DOVVSU), and alleging neglect of their children by the deceased.
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