The Awutu Breku District Court presided over by her Worship Naomi Kuntor has fined the leader and founder of the ‘Through Lamp Worship Centre’, Prophet Isaac Kofi Agyir, an amount of GH¢50,000, a carton of whiskey and a sheep for impregnating a married woman at Awutu Bereku in the Awutu Senya West District of the Central Region.
Somewhere last week the Adontenhene of Awutu Traditional Council sat on the same issue and charged the Prophet to bring the same items as compensation for the man whose wife he impregnated.
The Court affirmed the ruling by the Adontenhene and ordered the pastor to do what the traditional authorities ordered him.
Leader and founder of ‘Through Lamp Worship Centre’ in Gomoa Buduburam pleaded guilty to the charges levelled against him but insisted the woman is his wife too.
“I noticed the strange chemistry between my wife and the pastor and I questioned her about it. I also learnt that the pastor is my wife’s ex-boyfriend. I confronted my wife’s parents, and they told me that they were lovers during their school days but have broken up long ago. I later realized that my wife was refusing to listen to me and even told me that she had lost interest in the marriage with whom I have four kids,” John Baah told Citi News.
The woman in question, Janet Baah Opoku, is reported to be the ex-fiancée of the self-proclaimed man of God.
A report filed by rainbowradioonline.com has it that, Janet Baah Opoku despite being married for over 15 years, had been engaging in a secret relationship with her ex-lover.
The report explained that the said pregnancy was discovered during a ceremony held by the families of Janet and her estranged husband, Ebenezer Baah, to dissolve their marriage.
During the ceremony, it was revealed that Janet Baah Opoku was pregnant, and when she was questioned why she sought to end the marriage while carrying her husband’s child, she explained that the child belonged to Prophet Isaac Kofi Agyiri and not her husband. Her family, subsequently, summoned the man of God to address the allegations of which Prophet Isaac Kofi Agyiri surprisingly admitted responsibility upon appearing before the family.
As a result, he was fined GH¢50,000 by the family in addition to purchasing a sheep and whisky as a form of restitution for impregnating a married woman. However, the report alleged that the prophet refused to provide the demands of the family and challenged them to take any action they deemed necessary.
Following the action of the man of God, the case was reported to the police and eventually landed before the Awutu Breku District Court presided over by her Worship Naomi Kontor who ordered the man of God in a two-week ultimatum to pay the fine or face appropriate punishment after pleading guilty for impregnating someone’s wife, with whom she has three children.
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