Ofori killed his wife for trying to divorce him
A video has shown the moment a US-based Ghanaian Pastor, Sylvester Ofori threatened to kill his wife, Barbara Tommey days before he later shot her dead.
In the viral video, Ofori was seen engaging in a serious fight with Barbara’s older brother. The fight ensued after he assaulted Barbara before her siblings she arrived with at their matrimonial home to pick up her document.
When the fight got worse, Barbara was heard begging her brother to stop beating her husband. Upon being freed after being pinned to the ground by his estranged wife’s brother, Ofori said “If I don’t kill your sister, then I’m fake”.
After his threats, Barbara’s senior brother took to his phone to lodge a complaint with the police but Barbara stopped him. She begged his brother not to call the police as it might get Pastor Ofori into serious trouble because he doesn’t have a US citizenship.
Recall however that the US-based Ghanaian pastor shot his wife dead on Tuesday September 8, at Navy Federal Credit Union near the Mall at Millenia in Orlando, USA. He reportedly traced her to her workplace on Tuesday and shot her 7 times.
Barbara Tommey was pronounced dead at Orlando Regional Medical Center shortly after she was rushed there for medical attention. Ofori is currently being held in police custody at the Orange County Jail for killing his wife.
Watch the video below:
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