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C/R: Woman Bathed With Hot Soup Over GH₵20 Debt

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A 48-year-old woman in Assin Asamankese, Central Region, was reportedly attacked with hot soup over a 20 Cedis debt dispute.

The victim, Adwoa Ketsewa, borrowed 20 Cedis worth of fish from a fish seller named Ekua Dermaa to prepare food for her family. When the fish seller came to collect the debt, the negotiations turned sour, and she allegedly grabbed a pot of hot palm nut soup that the victim was preparing and poured it on her.

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The victim suffered burns and was rushed to the hospital for treatment. The case was reported to the police, but the suspect has not yet been arrested. The incident highlights the serious consequences that disputes over debts can sometimes lead to, and it has caused public outrage.

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The victim is seeking support from the public to cover her medical expenses as she recovers from the injuries sustained during the incident.

 

 

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Source:  myinfo.com.gh

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