Pastor Kwabena Bonsu, who was believed to be in his late 30s, allegedly hanged himself in his single room apartment at Kasoa Chinese, near Tuba Junction in Accra. He blamed one Esther for his death.
The sad event comes exactly a week after his wife died. The wife who was a beautician (hair dresser) is currently in the morgue.
They were survived by a six-month-old baby.
A suicide note supposedly written by the deceased, which police personnel stationed at Kasoa Tollbooth found in his room, read: “I Love My wife. Esther killed us. Why Esther? No Peace For You.”
Myjoyonline.com gathered from some residents that Esther used to live with the husband in the single room but had to leave the place over financial disagreement.
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