A Ghanaian football player in Gävle, Sweden, Kwame Bonsu, has been sent to jail for striking and assaulting his significant other. A Swedish court yesterday sentenced Kwame, who plays in Sweden’s second division, to two years in jail for beating and assaulting his wife.
22-year-old Kwame Bonsu who played for the Gefle IF club, in the wake of serving his sentence will likewise be expelled from the Scandinavian nation where he has lived since 2013.
The court heard that the assault and beatings occurred in the couple’s loft amid a night in November 2015 when he had declined to give her a chance to out. Bonsu more than once denied the charges, yet declaration from his better half’s relatives driven the court to trust the casualty’s form of occasions.
His football club on Friday rejected him from the group with prompt impact. Kwame initially met his repelled spouse in 2014 when he was playing in the southern Swedish city of Mjölby. They wedded the next year.
A couple of months after the wedding, he marked an exchange to the town of Gävle, situated around 300 kilometers far from Mjölby. Bonsu’s significant other had needed him to remain to proceed with his reviews and this caused genuine fracture in their marriage.
As per court archives, he will likewise need to pay 122,600 kronor ($14,000) in remuneration to his better half, who is a Swedish national. His legal counselor has bid the sentence.