- There seems to be a storm brewing in the home of former General Secretary of the NDC, Koku Anyidoho
- His wife, Jennifer Boahemaa Yeboah, has accused him of throwing her out of their matrimonial home
- She said he sent schnapps to her family to dissolve the marriage.
- Boahemaa said he sent a truckload with some of her stuff from their matrimonial home on her blind side
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The former General Secretary of the National Democratic Congress, Koku Anyidoho, seems to be in the most more often than not these days.
There seems to be a storm brewing in the home of the former General Secretary of the National Democratic Congress.
Koku Anyidoho's wife, Jennifer Boahemaa Yeboah, has emerged to accuse him of throwing her out of their matrimonial home.
According to Boahemaaa who disclosed this in an interview with GhanaWeb, this comes months after she endured emotional abuse and negligence from her husband.
Jennifer said in November 2020 after she got involved in an accident which resulted in the loss of their 8-year-old daughter, she suffered this kind of treatment from her husband.
She stated that her husband never got over the accident and consistently blamed her for the loss of their daughter in the car crash.
Jennifer added that her husband ended up taking their only surviving son away from her because he blamed her for the death of their daughter.
She recalled how while arrangements were being carried out for the burial of their daughter, Anyidoho sent bottles of schnapps to her parents to dissolve their marriage which her family took receipt of.
On Tuesday, February 23, she noted that while she was away, Anyidoho packed some of her belongings from their matrimonial home and sent it to her mother’s house in a KIA truck.
She stated that his actions were not right because the marriage has not yet been dissolved.
“Sending an unknown driver to bring some of my things without anyone’s knowledge, and the marriage has not been dissolved officially, I don’t know what to say… ” she said.
In other news, the former Member of Parliament for the Ledzokuku constituency, Bernard Okoe-Boye has suggested that the National Democratic Congress [NDC] legal team needs therapy.
Oko Boye said the team needs to seek the services of a therapist and a psychologist or else they would continue to be charged with contempt of court.
According to the former deputy health minister, the case the petitioner brought before the Supreme Court lacks a solid foundation to make a strong argument and would likely go against them.
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