Prophet’s arrest: Adam Bonaa slams ‘shameful acts’ by National Security

Security analyst, Adam Bonaa has condemned what he describes as ‘shameful acts’ by the National Security following the arrest of Apostle Kwabena Owusu Agyei who threatened President Akufo Addo and the EC chairperson, Jean Mensa.

National Security operatives Tuesday morning stormed the residence of the tough-talking man of God and arrested him in rambo-style.

It has emerged that Apostle Kwabena Owusu Agyei had in his possession a substance believed to be marijuana (weed) during his arrest while in the middle of a live interview with Accra-based Hot FM Tuesday both on radio and Facebook.

The preacher in the said video which went viral on social media on Monday was heard raining curses on the EC chair over plans to compile a new voter’s register.

But Adam Bonaa has issues with the arrest and the manner in which the suspect has been handled since he was picked up.

Read his piece below;

Shameful acts by National Security

My Name is Adam Bonaa and I am a concerned CITIZEN of Ghana.

Are we in a Banana Republic? Which law says one can be pronounced guilty before he or she appears in Court? Must National Security Agents Video Prophet Kwabena Owusu Agyei in the manner they did? Is Ghana no longer a rule of Law country? What the suspect said is wrong but that cannot warrant this disrespect to rule of law by the arresting officers.

I have TEN (10) Questions for National Security and the security fraternity in Ghana, which is headed by the President as the Chair of the National Security Council.

Source: Kasapa FM

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