My Ex-girlfriend Sent Her Boyfriend To Bathe Me With Aςι∂ After Paying Her School Fees And Rent For Years — Ghanaian Man Narrates

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A Ghanaian man identified as Augustine Kofi Poku has recounted his horrifying experience of surviving an ac+d att+ck allegedly arranged by his former girlfriend.

Augustine, 25, shared his story in an interview with GhPage TV, detailing the events leading up to the incident.

He revealed that after completing secondary school, he travelled to Dubai where he made a lot of money to support himself and others. Among those he sought to assist was his former girlfriend from secondary school days, whom he had hoped to help finish her education and improve her life prospects.

However, he said the lady was no more interested in the relationship and he opted out but promised to support her education. Little did he know, this decision would lead to a horrific act of v+olence.

Augustine had been dating his ex-girlfriend since 2016 and supporting her financially until she became increasingly controlling and possessive. She reportedly hid his passport to prevent him from leaving the country and sent her lover, a Pragya driver, to att+ck him. Just days before his departure from Ghana, Augustine claimed his ex-girlfriend hired someone to douse him in ac+d.

The attack left him with severe b¥rns and was on admission at the hospital for nearly three months. In a chilling twist, Augustine claimed he recognized the assailant’s voice during the att+ck and called out his ex-girlfriend’s name in anguish as he struggled with the excruciating p+in. Fortunately, bystanders rushed him to Okomfo Anokye Hospital for urgent medical attention.

Despite his injuries, Augustine managed to identify the perpetrator to the police, leading to his arrest and subsequent conviction. The assailant was sentenced to ten years in prison. As Augustine continues to recover from the physical and emotional tra¥ma, he remains resolute in his quest to seek justice.


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