It has emerged that one of the Junior Pastors of Owusu Bempah who is having a hard time with the law Adu Berchie is a known violent attacker.
Apart from brandishing a gun and stating that people with guns can kill in Ghana and walk freely without being dealt with by the law.
He is on record to have exposed a number of evil he has been a part of in the past.
In a video that has since gone viral on social media, Adu Berchie was heard bragging about how ruthless he can be when people close to him are insulted or disrespected.
He said he caused injuries to an individual who insulted his parents and will not hesitate to do the same to people who insult Rev. Owusu Bempah.
“The first person I heard insulting my parents will attest to this fact. After the insult, I inflicted machete wounds on the person and blood was oozing all over his body,” he said in a video that is in circulation on social media.
Meanwhile, Founder and leader of Glorious Word and Power Ministries International Rev. Isaac Owusu Bempah has been arrested on charges different from his ongoing case with Nana Agradaa.
He was arrested when he appeared in court for his case with Agradaa to be heard.
Unlike his first arrest where he was charged to court and denied bail, this time around Rev. Owusu Bempah was admitted to bail to the tune of Ghc100,000 along with four other members of his church.
He appeared before an Accra Circuit Court today, Tuesday, October 5, 2021, to answer the fresh charges which he said he and the 4 others were all not guilty of.
The reason for his second arrest is that Rev. Owusu Bempah actively urged or instigated his junior pastors who are also charged along with him, to assault police officers who were sent to effect an arrest on the Agradaa case.
The Police prosecution is therefore taking him on in a different case that runs different from the Agradaa Trial where he is on a Ghc200,000 bail.
The prosecution had told the court that the Police should be given a week for the facts and charges brought against Owusu Bempah and four others to be amended.