Housewife Face Swollen As Ghanaian Husband Mercilessly Beats Her for Late Night Facebook Chats -This is So Sad

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Housewife Face Swollen As Ghanaian Husband Mercilessly Beats Her for Late Night Facebook Chats -This is So Sad

The Domestic Violence and Victim Support Unit DOVVSU is hearing an assault case of a mother of 4, Habiba Khalid who was beaten mercilessly by her husband over Facebook.

Habiba Khlaid who is receiving medical attention was beaten by her husband after he found her on Facebook chatting happily with someone he suspected was her lover.

Speaking on Hafiz TV, the Ghanaian woman said indeed she was talking on Messenger with a “friend” she met online Facebook.

She said she was pushed to find “talking friends” on social media due to the treatment and neglect in the marriage which her husband has refused to address despite her complaints. She however added that there was nothing between she and the said Facebook friend.

According to her, her husband of 9 years and 4 children did not take kindly to her talking to another man and proceeded to punch her up and down.

The husband mercilessly beat her up and screams attracted attention but no one could intervene due to their stay in a private enclosure.

The families of both the wife and husband have met to resolve the matter out of court for the woman to go back.

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According to a recent US report, Gender-Based Violence (GBV) is a pandemic that affects 1 in 3 women in their lifetime.

The US disclosed this when it supported the Ghana Police Service’s Domestic Violence and Victims Support Unit (DOVVSU) “One-Stop Center”

The Center, located behind GPS Headquarters, was established to respond to domestic violence cases and to help ensure survivors of domestic violence can feel safe and secure to report the crimes committed against them and find services to start their healing.

The US Ambassador’s tour of the DOVVSU One-Stop Center is part of the the Embassy’s support of the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence campaign, a global rallying cry that aims to raise awareness about the consequences of GBV and to urge the government, community, corporate, and philanthropic sectors to take action. The 16 Days initiative runs from November 25, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women through December 10, International Human Rights Day.


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