- Jacqueline, a Ghanaian woman, has recounted how she ended up being physically assaulted by her Ethiopian employer
- According to her, she was abused after she was wrongfully accused by a girl living with them in a house
- Jacqueline shared that it was about an ice cream her employer had bought to entertain some guests he was expecting
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A Ghanaian woman identified as Jacqueline has cautioned her fellow Ghanaians working with Ethiopians to be extra careful in dealing with their employers.
According to Jacqueline, she was assaulted by her employer after a girl living with them in a house blamed her for failing to put ice cream meant for quests back into the fridge, causing the desert to defrost.
In a video seen on social media, Jacqueline explains her employer mentioned he was expecting some visitors, hence, went out to buy ice cream for them to take after meals.
How it happened
Jacqueline claimed the man gave the ice cream to the girl to put into a fridge, but she forgot and placed the dessert on top of it.
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''I finished working and became famished, so I went to get meat from the fridge to prepare something for myself. The girl came to ask why I didn't put the ice cream back into the fridge, but I told her I wasn't responsible for it,'' said Jacqueline.
''I don't know what she told my employer. I was working when he came and held me and hit my face with something.''
Jacqueline indicated that she recorded the video to address the concerns of people asking about what had happened to her.
Watch the video below:
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