- The family of the late Chris Attoh’s wife, Bettie Jenifer, has touched on her sad death
- They said Jenifer received many threats from “all over”
- The family revealed that they least expected Jenifer to be killed following the threats
The family of Bettie Jenifer, Chris Attoh’s murdered wife, has spoken on her sad death.
A family source reportedly told Ghanacelebrities.com in a report seen by YEN.com.gh that Jenifer had received threatening messages for some time.
According to the report, the family said they never expected that the threatening messages could result in Jenifer’s gruesome murder.
The source added that the person who sent the threatening messages was underrated, because the family and Jenifer herself did not see the urgency in seeking protection from security forces.
The family also said at the right time, it would reveal all the circumstances leading to Jenifer’s death to rid the internet of the many rumours surrounding it.
They also disclosed their readiness to find the perpetrators of the crime and have them brought to book.
Chris Attoh’s wife, Jenifer, was shot in the head on Friday, May 10, 2019, around 5pm in Maryland, USA, where she worked.
Jenifer was said to have closed from work and was walking to her car in the Greenbelt parking lot when her killer approached her with a gun.
She then started running in an attempt to save her life, but her killer pursued her firing multiple shots, with one of them reaching her head.
When officials got to the crime scene, Jenifer was already dead.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh has published a video of how the shooting took place leading to Jenifer’s death.
An earlier report by YEN.com.gh also detailed how Jenifer was said to have been married to another man, Kedrick Jenifer, a drug lord currently serving a 20-year jail term in the USA.
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