The Accra High Court has reportedly remanded the leader of the Glorious Word Power Ministries International, Rev. Isaac Owusu Bempah into police custody.
This comes after the man of God was made to face the court today following his invasion into the premises of the converted fetish priestess, Nana Agradaa as a result of their social media banter. Owusu Bmepah was said to have been arrested along with some of his junior pastors who were also captured in a viral video brandishing a gun and threatening the life of Agradaa.
The police after arresting the man of God revealed that some men under the direction of Owusu Bempah assaulted Police officers who had gone to his church to effect the arrest.
Reports have it that his junior pastors made up of four gentlemen have also been denied bail and remanded into police custody.
Meanwhile, Ghanaian artist, Bosom P-Yung has warned his fellow artists not to reach out to him for a verse on their songs.
This comes after he expressed his displeasure in Lord Paper for taking his verse off his ‘Skin Pain’ track without his notice. According to him, Lord Paper should have informed him and stated reasons why he took his verse off before doing so but instead, he recruited another artist on the project.
In response to that, Lord Paper clapped back at Bosom by saying the latter could have reached out to him personally for matters to be settled amicably and for a better explanation but instead, he decided to register his sentiments on social media just for social media clout.