March 16th, 2021.
As posted online earlier, a Facebook user, Akoh Rachael, had accused the wife of her brother of killing him by having affairs with other men, an act which allegedly led to an undisclosed ailment that allegedly took her brother’s life.
In the post, it was stated that their tradition forbids married ladies from engaging in extramarital affairs with other men.
According to her Facebook post, she stated that she had seen the supposed true love that her brother’s wife had for him, and she accused her of killing him silently.
In the post, she said she asked why the lady in question came into her brother’s life if she didn’t love him
Lamenting further, the user threatened that another lady might do the same to her sister-in-law’s brother by engaging in adultery.
Here are photos she posted on her page, including that of her brother and his wife:
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