You can go to jail for refusing to eat your wife's food; it constitutes domestic violence – DOVVSU

You can go to jail for refusing to eat your wife's food; it constitutes domestic violence – DOVVSU

- The refusal of one to eat a meal prepared by their spouse is tantamount to domestic violence

- According to the Coordinating Director of DOVVSU, it is seen as a way of punishing your partner which clearly constitutes domestic violence

- Chief Supt. Owusuwaa Kyeremeh said if for some genuine reason a spouse decides not to eat on the account of being poisoned, then they have a good case

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Domestic violence has been noted to be mainly physical and verbal abuse of partners in marriage or relationships.

Recently, there have been various twists to what exactly defines domestic violence as new things keep coming up.

The Coordinating Director of the Domestic Violence and Victim Support Unit (DOVVSU) has revealed that the refusal of one to eat the meal prepared by their spouse is tantamount to domestic violence.

You can go to jail for refusing to eat your wife's food; it constitutes domestic violence – DOVVSU
You can go to jail for refusing to eat your wife's food; it constitutes domestic violence – DOVVSU
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Chief Supt. Owusuwaa Kyeremeh says the refusal to eat a spouse's meal is seen as a way of punishing your partner which clearly constitutes domestic violence.

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She further explained in a Joy News interview that if for some genuine reason a spouse decides not to eat a meal prepared by their partner on the account that one fears to be poisoned, then one has a good case.

In other news, a Police instructor at the Tesano Police Training School, popularly known as ‘Airborne’ has allegedly defrauded a tomato seller in a recruitment scam.

Airborne defrauded the 30-year-old Adofowaa Faustina of Five Thousand Ghana cedis (GH¢ 5000.00).

According to her, one of her friends introduced her to ‘Airborne’ after she convinced her that he helped her get into the police service.

Adofowaa Faustina, an SHS graduate said she did not think twice when Airborne made a demand of Five Thousand Ghana cedis (GH¢ 5000.00) as upfront payment to be recruited into the service.

She said she hurriedly took ‘a loan’ from a market association she belongs to, in order to fulfill her long-cherished dream of joining the Ghana Police Service.

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