Pastor Putted Behind Bars For Organizing Church Service At Nkwakwa

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Pastor Putted Behind Bars For Organizing Church Service At Nkwakwa
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The Nkawkaw District Police Command in the Eastern locale has captured a minister at Amanfrom a suburb of Nkawkaw for holding Church Service on Sunday.

The Pastor of Kingdom of God Church, Pastor John Jeremiah Addo,40, was captured after a sub-Chief of the network Nana Mireku Asumeng revealed him to the Police.

The day Patrol group from Nkawkaw immediately raged the Church where the Pastor was seen holding administration with 50 attendees. He was captured while Congregants were scattered.

During cross examination, the Pastor revealed to Police he didn’t comprehend why the administration has shut down Churches however permits brokers to sell at the market.

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The Public Relations Officer of the Eastern Regional Police Command, DSP Ebenezer Tetteh, affirmed the capture including that the suspect has since been confined helping examination on Charges of unlawful Assembly and Offensive Conduct to the rupture of Peace.

On Wednesday, March 18, 2020, a Prayer Camp was closed somewhere near the Akuapem South District Security Council (DISEC) in the Eastern locale for mocking President Akufo Addo’s orders on the suspension of Church exercises.

The author of the Prayer Camp – The Break of Mountains Prayer Camp situated at Pokrom people group close Aburi, Prophetess Veronica Okai, was captured nearby his Church Elder.

Ghana has recorded 24 affirmed instances of Covid-19 with one demise.

Ghana’s President has suspended every party including Church exercises and shut down schools since March 16, 2020. On Saturday, March 18, 2020, he reported the conclusion of all fringes both via Land, Sea and Air space.

Likewise a compulsory 14 days isolate for all allowed explorers to Ghana as a feature of improved measures to control the spread of the illness.

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