She claimed to have pleaded to him to spare her, which Siaw purportedly agreed but not after having sex with him. Gyamah said she consented, but anywhere other than the bush. Gyamah said she promised to reconcile with him, which he did not take heed to. Rather, Siaw forcefully had sex with her in the bush. While he did, Gyamah pretended to be dead and Siaw quickly fled. Gyamah later struggled to get to the highway where passers-by helped her to a hospital. Siaw’s lifeless body was discovered by those Gyamah narrated the incident to.
On why she left her husband, Gyamah said Siaw had always accused her feeding her siblings, who were living with the couple, with his money. She said they were married for seven years without children, but had children from their previous marriages. Despite intervention from some elders, Siaw was adamant and insisted on dissolving the marriage. Undeterred, the elders called for another meeting between the embattled couple, which did not happen. What happened was Siaw’s death after the assault. His body has since been deposited in the mortuary.