- A pastor's wife who reportedly shared two graphic videos to her church Whatsapp group tried to take her life
-She was prevented from taking some liquid substance by family members
- Reports indicate that she shared the video by mistake
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The ‘Osofo Maame’ who mistakenly sent graphic videos of her ‘essential’ parts to a church Whatsapp group has allegedly tried to take her own life after the videos went to the wrong recipients and ended up going viral on social media.
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According to a report sighted on Mynewsgh.com, the wife of the pastor who had become the talking point in the church, tried taking her life but was saved by the timely intervention of some family members.
It is alleged that she tried to drink a poisonous liquid in a bid to end her life after exposing her ‘birthday suit’ to the full view of the public.
Some family members who had reportedly been tasked to keep close tabs on her movement, saved the situation and prevented the young lady from committing the dastardly act.
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It is believed the nursing mother of a six-month old baby could not take the shame and embarrassment she had brought upon herself, husband, family and her church and thought that taking her life was the best option.
A video went viral on social media of the pastor’s wife in her ‘birthday suit’ supposedly teasing her husband by dancing for him while he was away on a trip.
Reports had it that she attached a message to the two videos which read, “It’s all yours when you return” but mistakenly shared it to the Whatsapp group of the church of which she as a member and her husband's pastors.
Members of the church group who received the photos, videos and message were surprised by the videos, and left the Whatsapp group one after the other.
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