- Another Ghanaian pastor has given his wife a death threat during an argument over divorce in a video that is fast going viral
- According to the pastor, he was being compelled to sign divorce papers but did not want any financial obligations
- He indicated that his wife, Betty, had been tormenting his life and she was, therefore, going to die because of it
- This comes right after social media had healed from the heartbreak of Sylvester Ofori, a Ghanaian pastor in the US, killing his wife, Barbara Tommey
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A new video has surfaced on social media and causing much stir as a Ghanaian pastor in the United States of America was captured threatening his wife with death.
In the footage sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official Instagram handle of Ghanacelebrities.com, the pastor and his wife were having an argument over their divorce.
The pastor whose wife was referred to in the video as Betty, indicated that he did not want to be compelled to sign any divorce papers that would trap him to pay some financial obligations to the woman.
Watch the video below:
He further mentioned that the wife was doing as much as possible to torment his life and she was, therefore, going to die as a result of it.
Betty, who was behind the camera and was at what appeared to be the man's house with her acquaintances, mentioned that she had sacrificed everything she had for the man but he did not love her at all and mistreated her in the marriage.
This comes several weeks after Barbara Tommey, a beautiful 27-year-old Ghanaian pastor's wife was shot to death by her husband, Sylvester Ofori in the United States during a divorce procedure.
As YEN.com.gh earlier reported, the beautiful wedding ceremony that was held between Sylvester Ofori, the Ghanaian pastor who shot his wife to death in the United States, surfaced online.
Sighted by YEN.com.gh on the Twitter handle of @KabuteyMensah, the video captured all the stunning and most cherished moments between Sylvester Ofori and Barbara Tommey.
Everyone was so joyful and one could see on the faces of the bride and groom that they were looking forward to a blissful marriage that would last a lifetime.
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