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Court charges Ghanaian pastor who went against Prez Nana Addo’s order to hold a ‘Coronavirus’ church service

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Court charges Ghanaian pastor who went against Prez Nana Addo's order to hold a Church service

Asokwa District court has charged a man who went against President Nana Addo’s order to hold a church service in Kumasi.

Apostle Kofi Nkansah Sarkodie, head pastor of Open Arms Ministry at North Suntreso in Kumasi was charged in court today.

After the short court service, Apostle Kofi Nkansah was  charged with:

  • Count 1: Unlawful assembly contrary to Section 202
  • Count 2: Offensive conduct condusive to breach of peace contrary to Section 207(1) of Criminal Offences Act of 1960
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Some Men of God who defied the President’s order not to hold any mass gathering activity till further notice were arrested by law enforcers.

The President’s aim was to reduce the rate at which the coronavirus is getting spread.

Apostle Kofi Nkansah Sarkodie is the first to be prosecuted of all the Pastors arrested.

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