Police have declared a manhunt for an ex-convict whose video went viral after he was asked to smoke marijuana during a church service attended by Reverend Obofour.
The ex-convict, identified as Razak Clottey, is wanted by the Accra Regional Police Command for carrying the banned substance and smoking it in the church.
The Deputy Police Public Relations Officer of the Accra Regional Police Command, Inspector Kwabena Danso, who disclosed this, said the founder of the Anointed Palace Chapel International, popularly known as Rev Obofour, who was invited by the Accra Regional Police Command, has been granted bail after giving his statement to the police.
“We invited Reverend Obofour to assist with investigations after he allegedly made a church member smoke a suspected narcotic substance openly. He responded to our invitation and wrote his statement.
“For now, the police are hunting for the man who was made to smoke the wee to help us with investigations because he was the person who was captured in a video smoking the substance in public,” he told Accra based Neat FM, monitored by Adomonline.com.
Inspector Danso said Reverend Obofour is to report to the police and help the police to arrest the main suspect.
He said the police will then prefer charges, according to the laws of the country, when the suspect is arrested.
Reverend Obofour was invited by the police following a strange deliverance service when he was preaching in Prophet Abruku Abruka’s church.
Rev. Obofour called a man with marijuana in his pocket and ordered him to smoke in the church. He went on to deliver the person of the weed-smoking spirit that possessed him after he was done smoking.
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Source: Adomonline.com | Dorcas Abedu-Kennedy