Evelyn Boakye, who was an employee at Abelenkpe Marwako Fast Foods until jailed Jihad Chaaban peppered her face says she wants to go to School now.
Evelyn okayed Jihad’s sentence saying that she has no problem with the sentence duration and that she’s moving on.
The Public Relations Officer (PRO) for Marwako, Mohammed Amin Lamptey, has accused the judge who adjudicated the assault case of Jihad Chaaban of religious animus, indicating that her hatred of Islam contributed to the verdict.
Chaaban was jailed nine months for assaulting Evelyn Boakye, a then employee of the fast food joint – but Lamptey believes the judgement was based on trial judge Justice Victoria Ghansah’s fear and hatred of Muslims.
A District Court in Abeka presided over by Ms Victoria Guansah, has sentenced Jihad Chaaban to nine months imprisonment for his infamous act of dipping face of an employee into a pepper sauce.
The Abelenkpe Mawarko restaurant Supervisor has battled the case in court for some time now over maltreating Evelyn Boakye and finally, justice has been served.
Jihad Chaabn, the Marwako supervisor alleged to have dipped the face of Evelyn Boakye, an employee, into pepper, is pleading with the court hearing the case to order for the case to be settled out of court.
Chaabn’s lawyer, at their latest court date Thursday, pleaded with the trial judge to throw the case out of court and let the parties work together on a settlement, something which is within the court’s power to do.
GhanaCelebrities.com earlier reported how Evelyn Boakye the Ex-Marwako worker whose face was allegedly peppered by her Supervisor has been admitted at the Psychiatric Unit of the Korle Bu Teaching hospital following a suicidal tendency she posed after she refused eating for a while and always shedding tears.
GhOne News followed up on the story of Evelyn and reported in its Evening Bulletin that the victim can no longer remember her family members appropriately.
The case against the Marwako supervisor who allegedly dipped the face of an employee in pepper resumed today (Thursday), with the prosecution making their case through their chief witness – the victim.
Evelyn Boakye testified in court as to what happened on the fateful day, and was later cross-examined by Chaaban’s lawyer.
Ablenkpe Marwako staff, Evelyn Boakye who was allegedly assaulted by Jihad Chaaban at work has been gifted GhC 5000 by the Duffour Foundation, which is the charity wing of HODA Group Of Companies, the mother company of GhOne’s EIB.
C.E.O of EIB, Nathan Kwabena Anokye Adisi (Bola Ray) at the presentation said the gesture is to demonstrate that the EIB media house is poised to impact the lives they report on as a way to show their commitment to making Ghana better.
‘Queen’ Afia Schwar is pissed off over the recent Marwako ‘pepper’ case, as most of us are, but she seems to be going off the edge in her outrage over the incident.
Afia, in a video posted on social media, calls for any Ghanaian hit by a foreign boss or supervisor to hit them back in equal measure.
Lawyer for the Marwako supervisor who allegedly dipped the face of an employee, Evelyn Boakye in pepper, says his client is a Ghanaian and not Lebanese, contrary to media reports.
Augustine Asafo-Adjei, speaking after Chaaban’s first court appearance Wednesday, accused the media of sensationalising the issue and thus getting basic facts like Chaabn’s nationality wrong.
Second lady Samira Bawumia has waded into the ongoing Marwako saga, calling the incident ‘unacceptable’ and calling for the perpetrator to be punished.
Mrs Bawumia, who has been wowing all of Ghana with her incredible grace and poise since hitting the spotlight, hosted Joy Fm’s Super Morning show on International Women’s Day and passed some comments on the trending issue.
Jihad Chaaban, the Lebanese Marwako supervisor accused of dipping the face of Evelyn Boakye, a Ghanaian employee, into pepper, pleaded not guilty at his first court appearance Wednesday.
Chaaban has been charged with assault, offensive conduct and causing harm, and pleaded not guilty to all three charges.
Jihad Chaabn, the Lebanese Mawarko supervisor who allegedly dipped the face of a Ghanaian employee in hot pepper for messing with a blender has been charged with assault.
Chaabn was arraigned at the Abeka Magistrate Court Tuesday and charged for the February 26 incident.
The Minister for Gender, Children and Social Protection, Otiko Afisa Djaba, has said she’s taking the issue of assault against a Ghanaian Marwako employee ‘seriously’ and outlined measures to take action on the incident.
Evelyn Boakye, who worked at the restaurant, allegedly had her face dipped in pepper by a supervisor, Lebanese citizen Jihad Chaabn, who happens to be brother in law to the restaurant’s owner.
The Ghanaian female employee of Marwako whose face was dipped in pepper by a supervisor, Evelyn Boakye, has indicated that she would not accept the apology rendered to her by her assailant, Jihad Chaabn.
Chaabn released a letter of apology addressed to Boakye, in which he apologises to her for his actions and expresses regret. He however, maintained, the incident was an accident.
The Lebanese supervisor at Marwako who dipped the face of a Ghanaian employee in pepper has apologised to the lady in question.
In a letter of apology sent to the girl, Evelyn Boakye, Chaabn expresses remorse for the incident, although he insisted what happened was ‘accidental’.
A Ghanaian supervisor at the Marwako Restaurant in Abelenkpe, where the recent assault of a Ghanaian worker by a Lebanese supervisor occurred – has jumped to the defence of the supervisor.
Who ever said anything about standing up for your compatriots?
In an obvious damage control measure, Marwako has suspended the Lebanese manager who dipped the face of a Ghanaian employee into pepper.
The company has been getting nothing but bad press since the story broke, especially with the foreigner assaulting a Ghanaian angle, so they have to do something about the issue.
Outrageous news out of Marwako in La as a female employee is mercilessly assaulted by her Lebanese supervisor over a seemingly trivial issue.
The employee, Evelyn Boakye, was held down and had her face rubbed in raw, blended pepper, by Jihad Thaabn, her Lebanese supervisor who is also the brother-in-law of the restaurant’s owner.