Mr. Timo brought his wife to the hospital for her bruises after he hit her in the head.

When asked what happened, he said although he had never done that to his wife in their 5 years of marriage, he was compelled to do so this time.

Here's what he narrated..
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Mr. Timo said his friend who lives abroad wanted to send N2 million through Timy to his family members in the village.

However, Timo realised he didn't have a domiciliary account and wanted to use his wife's account to receive the money and send it home.
So Mr. Timo told his friend abroad to send the N2 million into his wife's account to be transferred to the sender's family member back home. The money was sent.

But instead of remitting the complete N2 million to Timy, his wife told him she'll send only N1,950,000. Timy said no.
At last, Mr. Timo's wife forwarded only N1,950,000 to the family of her husband's friend. When confronted by her husband Mr. Timo, the wife said she kept the remaining N50k for family use..
When Mr. Timo was later contacted by his friend's family, as to why only part of the money had been send to them, he told them not to worry and further begged his wife to send them the remaining N50k urgently. Yet she refused.
In anger, Mr. Timo seized his wife's phone and hid it inside a room in their apartment to put pressure on his wife to send the remaining money to the owners. Still, she didn't.

Instead, she broke through the window into the room where her phone was hidden and carried it.
On knowing this, Mr. Timo got really furious and hit his wife in the head once. She fell and sustained some bruises. He had to quickly rush her to the hospital for treatment.

From all that happened, was Timo RIGHT or WRONG to have hit his wife?
Note: Mr. Timo is a hypothetical name!

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