Photo of 27-year-old wife who plotted to kill husband revealed

Photo of 27-year-old wife who plotted to kill husband revealed

- Mavis Brepor and Patrick Asare have been remanded for plotting to kill the former's husband

- The two suspects will reappear before the court on 21 May 2020

- The cheating wife, who is married to David Gator, 52, with three children

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A district court in Asokwa has remanded a 27-year-old married woman and her lover for conspiracy to kill the former’s husband.

The incident which happened at Pamen near Kwabeng in the Eastern Region has shocked many Ghanaians on social media.

The duo were remanded after the prosecutor, Chief Superintendent Kofi Blagodz, asked the presiding judge, His worship Korkor Achaw Owusu, to remand them so that they can conduct further investigations.

Photo of 27-year-old wife who plotted to kill husband revealed

Woman, lover arrested for plotting to kill husband. Source: DailyGuide
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The first suspect is Mavis Brepor and the second suspect is Patrick Asare who is 50-year-old.

The two will reappear before the court on May 21, 2020.

Mavis and Patrick engaged the services of a contract killer to have her husband, David Gator, 52, killed.

The cheating wife had three children with her husband.

The suspects, in their attempt to contact the contract killer, mistakenly called the Manhyia Divisional Police Commander, ACP Kwaku Buah.

ACP Buah then feigned interest in the contract when Patrick Asare committed to pay GH₵100,000 to have Mr. Gator killed.

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ACP Buah said together with undercover investigators and detectives, lured the suspect to come to Kumasi after they posed as contract killers from Sefwi.

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The death toll is still 18.

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