September 28th , 2022


Osei Nuamah

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The host of the Onua Maakye's show on Onua TV, Captain Smart has dropped some revelations that may seem shocking to many. Reacting to the recent death of the nursing trainee who was reportedly murdered by a chief in Mankessim together with an acclaimed pastor.

Captain Smart stated that the girl was buried at the back of his house in Mankessim. According to him, the chief's house is right at the back of his house in Mankessim. Captain Smart continued by stating that he was shocked when he got to know that the chief, who he knew very well had committed such a crime. He added that the girl was killed and buried in a single room in the chief's house.

According to him, he suspects that the chief did that for some spiritual gains. He sent a bold message to the Ghana Police service and urged them to break down all the houses of the chief so that another investigation can begin. This is because the chief may have committed a similar crime elsewhere.

This comes after the body of a final-year nursing student by name of Georgina Asor Botchwey was been found buried in the room of a chief in Mankessim. According to reports, the chief was aided by a pastor to commit such a crime. They are currently in the custody of the police assisting in investigations.

Also read on my previous article;

An Ikeja Special Offences Court in Lagos has sentenced a Lagos-based prophet, Cletus Ilongwo, to seven years imprisonment for defrauding his church member of N59.7 million.

Ilongwo, the Presiding Pastor of the Power of the Holy Ghost Evangelical Ministry, was found guilty of seven counts of charges bordering on fraud and stealing.

Delivering judgment, Justice Sherifat Solebo ordered the forfeiture of the convict’s property situated at No. 3 Popoola Ajayi St., Diamond Estate in Amuwo Odofin, to the complainant.

“His Toyota Prado is also to be forfeited to the Federal Government as restitution to settle the complainant,” Solebo said.

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) submitted that the convict on January 29, 2016, defrauded a former member of his congregation, Mr. Obinna Ezenwaka.

EFCC counsel, Nwandu Ukoha, told the court that Ilongwo collected the sum in tranches through his Zenith Bank account 1003455899.

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