It has been reported that a man identified as John Christopher allegedly beat up his wife till she died just because she refused to help him out with some money. The 38 years old man was apprehended by the police after the incident.
After doing some research, It was found out that the young man used a belt to whip his wife till she eventually gave up the ghost.
“I returned from my working place and asked my wife to give me the sum of N1,500 (21 cedis if converted) so I can pay up my debt”.
“My wife refused to lend me the money. The next thing I saw was that she tried changing the TV channel. I stopped her and she started insulting me. I got angry and used my belt to hit her. She collapsed and was rushed to the hospital by our neighbors where she was confirmed dead”.
In Ghana, 1500 naira is just around 21 cedis which means this means took away someone’s life for just that amount. Men who beat their wives are monsters, this surely might have not been the first time, domestic violence needs to be avoided, if you are here and you beat your partner up, you really have a long way to go.
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