Actress Vicky Zugah has revealed that she grew up in an abusive home and as a result, she became a product of a broken home.
She noted that her father used to beat her mum constantly in her presence, adding that the beatings continued till her mother had the courage to initiate a divorce from her abusive father.
In an interview on the Delay Show on Viasat 1, Vicky disclosed that her idea of sharing her experience is to serve as a deterrent to other people out there.
“I don’t want to say this but I will because father has regretted his actions and has asked for forgiveness. I also want this to serve a deterrent to people out there. My mother left my father because, my father used to beat her.
“This was something that happened most of the times in my presence. Constantly, there were misunderstandings, the long and short of all is that, I grew up in an abusive home,” she said in an interview with Delay on the Delay Show on Viasat 1.
Vicky Zugah is from the Volta, born to Mr. Komla Zugah and Ms Beatrice Patu. She has three siblings of which she is the third. If she is not on set, then she is watching movies or reading.
She started acting about 10 years ago when she was recommended to a director. She has a large number of movies to her credit.
Among them are Keeping the Promise, Twixted, The Bible, My Dearest Princess, Girls Connection, Stand by me, Agatha, Pretty Queen, The Bible, The Return of Beyonce, Tears of Womanhood, Pretty Queen, True Colours, Girls Connection, Big Girls Club, Araba Lawson, June 4th, Cross my Heart, and Total Exchange .
Vicky in her interview added that she never wishes anybody to go through abuse in the world. Her story comes on the back of the Government of Ghana and the Ministry of Gender joining the world to declare a 16 dys stand against Domestic Violence.