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GOD HAVE MERCY!!! Ghanaian woman sentenced 14-years

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GOD HAVE MERCY!!! Ghanaian woman sentenced 14-years

The Harrow Crown Court in the United Kingdom (UK) has sentenced a Ghanaian woman to 14 years in prison for pouring acid on her sleeping boyfriend.

Esther Afrifa, 28, attacked her boyfriend, Kelvin Pogo over suspicion he was cheating on her – but it later turned out he was not.

She bought a litre of sulphuric acid online and poured it over her then-29-year-old boyfriend at their Wembley home.

According to a report by Dailystar.co.uk, the incident happened at 3.30 am on December 22, 2019, and burned through his t-shirt quickly.

 

When the incident first took place, he did not realize who was responsible and told Ms Afrifa to call the police – she pretended to do so, before stopping another friend from calling 999.

She then cancelled a taxi which was supposed to take him to the hospital.

And to make it worse, she poured more acid over his face and body while he was lying on the couch resting the wounds he had already suffered.

After Kelvin ran out of their flat screaming, a member of the public managed to get him medical attention.

Sentencing the jealous woman, Judge Charles Bourne QC called it “a truly wicked thing to do”.

And Detective Constable Tom Dawood, the investigating officer, said: “I would like to commend colleagues from London Ambulance Service and London Fire Brigade who attended the scene quickly and provided vital first aid that has undoubtedly reduced the severity of his injuries.

“I am pleased that Afrifa has been brought to justice for her horrific crime and will now serve a significant custodial sentence.”

Ms Afrifa will more than likely be deported back to her native Ghana upon release.

Credit: Dailystar.co.uk

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