- Another side to the story of a mother, only identified as Rachel, who claimed her husband abused her has been shared online
- Rachel was captured on camera crying for justice, alleging that her husband, Stephen Adu, assaulted her
- A social media influencer, Francis Kennedy Ocloo, has indicated in a Facebook post that there's another side of the story
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YEN.com.gh has gathered details of a Ghanaian mother of two who claimed in a heart-rending video that her husband of nearly two years assaulted her.
Rachel, who is a former student of Wesley Girls Senior High School and the University of Cape Coast (UCC), gained attention after a video of her appeared online alleging that her husband, Stephen Adu, physically assaulted her.
In the video, Rachel claimed that her husband battered her after she quit his family business because the remuneration was paltry.
''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 amid tears.
''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 added.
Rachel called on human rights organisations, her alma mater, and other influential institutions to come to her aid.
But another angle to the story has been shared by social media influencer, Francis Kennedy Ocloo.
YEN.com.gh cannot independently verify the content shared in the post below at the moment.
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that a Ghanaian maths genius with the social media handle, Mubarak Sleek Shushu, has earned a master's degree in Mathematics from Ohio University in the United States of America.
He has celebrated his academic milestone in a series of posts on his social media platforms.
Taking to his Instagram page, Mubarak Sleek Shushu wrote, ''Masters in Mathematics, thanks to @ohio.university, all my professors, my students, colleagues, family, friends and the entire community. #ougrad2021.
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