- A former student of Wesley Girls Senior High School is crying for justice after her husband allegedly assaulted her
- In a video online, the woman claims her husband, who she named Stephen Adu, physically abused her after she quit working for his family's company
- She disclosed that she's been married to him for nearly two years
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A former student of Wesley Girls Senior High School is crying for justice after her husband allegedly assaulted her after she quit working for his family's business.
The mother of two who is also an alumna of the University of Cape Coast (UCC) was captured on camera shedding untrollable tears, claiming that her husband abused her.
In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh, the woman discloses that she's been married for less than two years to one Stephen Adu who is from quite an affluent family.
''I've been married for less than two years. My husband is Stephen Adu ... His family is quite affluent. He did this to me. I have two kids with him. I don't have money for a lawyer, I'm from a poor home,'' she said crying.
According to her, she depends on her husband for her financial needs because he did not want her to work.
''I'm jobless; he didn't want me to work, he didn't want me to find any job. He wanted me to work with his family but the salary was small so I couldn't stay,'' she decried.
The visibly battered woman called on human rights organisations, her alma mater, and other influential institutions to come to her aid.
Watch the video below.
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported as Bishop Dag Heward-Mills trends online following a damning report by The Fourth Estate, a 'spiritual son' of the renowned evangelist, Peter Melomey, has sung his praises.
In a Facebook post, Peter Melomey recounted how Bishop Dag Heward-Mills became all he needed in a father after his biological dad died whilst he was in his second year in the university.
''My head is very defenceless without a father’s covering. My biological father passed away on February 15, 2005. I was a second-year student in the university without a father’s covering."
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