A 27 year old woman by name Rachel Tetteh has been picked by Police for allegedly beheading the head of her husband. The decades by name Lartey Daniel was killed by his wife in a town called Bosuso in the Eastern Region.
This sad incident in the farm where the deceased was seen in a pool of blood with the head off.
The body of the deceased has been deposited at the New Tafo Akim Government Hospital morgue for preservation and autopsy.
It is however unclear the about the cause of this sad news. However, the Ghana police is investigating this matter.
Ghanaians on hearing this news have blasted this woman some agree that, the law of Karma should apply here.
Below are some comments from Ghanaians.
The results of anger is always bad. That is why it is necessary to control your anger no matter the situation. Ghanaians have reacted to this and some are pleading on the behalf of the woman to be forgiven.
If the law of Karma is used, then the woman needs to be beheaded too. But the laws of Ghana does not permit that. Recently, the founder of ICGC also forbid that, the law of Ghana is not Biblical.
The suspect is currently in the custody of the police assisting investigations. The police is said to give the public any update on their developments on this matter.
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