Husband of murdered Kumasi nurse demands justice as he cries for late wife (Video)

Husband of murdered Kumasi nurse demands justice as he cries for late wife (Video)

- The husband of the nurse who was murdered in Kumasi is demanding justice

- He said the atrocity was too big for him and the family to come to terms with

- The husband mentioned that they had been married for 11 years and had three children

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The husband of the nurse who was violated and murdered in Kumasi is demanding justice for his wife.

He said he could still not come to terms with the death of his wife, Ruth Eshun, whom he has been with for 11 years.

His facial expression, while he spoke in an interview sighted by YEN.com.gh on UTV alone, is enough to tell the pains the family is going through.

Husband of murdered Kumasi nurse demands justice as he cries for late wife (Video)

Husband of murdered Kumasi nurse demands justice as he cries for late wife.
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The husband also revealed that they had three children together, two boys and a girl.

He sadly mentioned that they would have celebrated their 11th anniversary just next month March, and this brings him so much trauma

He is calling on the authorities to thoroughly investigate the heinous act committed against his wife and to bring the perpetrators to book.

Many people have reacted to the video expressing their condolences.

Shennel, for instance, wrote that "it is well":

shennelsnatural: "Hmmmm it’s well."

Binas also said the situation is very sad:

binas_beauty_lounge: "This is very sad."

Nash and Marthe prayed for God's intervention:

nashikagh: "May all her loved one's be consoled."

marthe7198: "Hmmmm May God have mercy on us all"

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Meanwhile, Ruth Eshun, who was stationed at Sewua Health Center in the Ashanti Region, was gang-defiled and murdered, as earlier reported by YEN.com.gh.

She was reportedly coming from the bank when the unfortunate incident happened.

Following her death, the Ghana Registered Nurses and Midwives Association (GRNMA), has issued a statement calling on the police to fish out the culprit.

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