Bempah’s trial attacks: Police apologize to journalists
Ghana Police Service has apologized to the media for attacks they suffered at the Accra Circuit Court premises yesterday from some police officers who denied access of journalists to proceedings.
A statement signed and issued by Accra Regional Police PRO Kwasi Ofori said “The police is studying the video from the court premises and will prosecute officers found culpable”.
Meanwhile, it has arisen that the Founder of Glorious World Power Ministries International Rev. Isaac Owusu Bempah has been hurried to Police Hospital in Accra after he was remanded into police care to return to court September 20, 2021.
The vocal Preacher Rev. Bempah was captured along with 4 of his congregation individuals for assaulting cops in the line of obligation.
Rev. Bempah and 4 others were charged for assaults on police officers.
Rev. Bempah and 4 suspects were arrested together upon a viral video via web-based media where they were shaking weapons and giving dangers.
This was after Rev. Bempah raged Nana Agraada’s home and asked her to “show him what she vowed to show him” during which weapons having a place with inward security of Agraada were seized by Bempah’s boys.
Showing up in court, Bempah’s Lawyer Garry Nimako Marfo applied for bail for his client yet was rejected by the Her Honour Appiah who remanded Bempah to spend seven days police custody and reappear Monday September 20, 2021.
Be that as it may, even before Rev. Bempah start his 7 days in police care, he was unwell and hurriedly raced to Police Hospital in Accra for treatment.
Source: africaneditors.com/African Editors