- A former Wesley Girl student has been trending after she shared a video of how her husband named Stephen Adu allegedly battered her
- She said the husband physically assaulted her after she decided not to work for his family any longer
- An insider has told the other side of the story narrating how the lady first stabbed her husband over a misunderstanding
- The person said one of them wanted access to the other’s phone and this resulted in a scuffle
- The husband is said to be receiving treatment at the hospital because his right arm is almost falling off following the attack by his wife
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The story of a former Wesley Girls student and an alumna of UCC, Rachel, being battered by her husband has been making headlines.
The lady, now a mother of two, has been calling for justice after she claimed that her husband, whose name she gave as Stephen Adu, physically assaulted her.
According to her, she quit working for his family business but would have none of it and decided to beat her up.
In a new twist, an insider who claims to know the couple has told the other side of the story.
In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh by one Awareness General, the fight broke up after one of them wanted to have access to the other’s phone.
According to Awareness General, the two had known each other from basic school, and they started a relationship after they completed the university.
A year later, Rachel got pregnant and the two were supported by Stephen’s family to get married.
The phone issue led to a misunderstanding during which Rachel allegedly stabbed the husband who is currently receiving treatment at the hospital because his right arm is falling off.
The post also came with a photo of Stephen in his hospital bed with bandages all over his arms.
Meanwhile, in other news making the headlines in entertainment, popular actress Nana Ama McBrown has stunned fans with a video of her preparing and frying 'bofroat' in public.
She did it so professionally that some fans have called her "the jack of all trades".
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