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29-Apr-2015  
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It has emerged that Pastor Eric Isaiah Adusah of the United Kingdom-based Global Light Revival Ministries implicated in the death of his British wife may not be the last person to have entered the room of the deceased.

The latest twist to the case is contrary to the narration of the prosecution in the case in which the Ghanaian-born pastor is standing trial for allegedly murdering his wife, Charmaine Speirs.

Pastor Adusah has been charged with murder contrary to Section 46 of Act 29 of 1960.

He is alleged to have between 18 and 20 March, 2015, at Mac Dic Royal Plaza Hotel in Koforidua in the Eastern Region, caused the death of Ms Speirs by “unlawful harm.”

The prosecution had stated in its facts sheet thaton March 18, 2015, when the accused checked out of the hotel, he had instructed staff at the front desk of the facility not to disturb his wife because she was observing fasting and prayers in her room and needed a quiet time until she checked out on Friday, March 20.

The police said their investigations showed that no one else entered the room after Pastor Adusah had left.

According to the prosecution, the condition of the body clearly showed that Ms Speirs died a couple of days earlier, a situation that raised their suspicion.

Meanwhile, open record of the room purported to have been occupied by the late Ms Speirs, which is in the custody of DAILY GUIDE, indicates that someone else entered the room after Pastor Adusah had left.

According to the document supposedly printed on March 22, 2015, someone from the front office with card number 00020100 at 11:17am entered the room of the deceased on March 19.

Berimah Adjei-Twinin, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Mac Dic Hotel, in a telephone interview on Tuesday, among other things, said nobody entered Ms Speirs’ room, stressing that “scan cards are used to open our rooms, not ordinary keys.”

He said although a painter had been asked to paint the ceiling of the room as a result of wine spillage, the person did not enter the room because he (painter) heard the sound of the television set in the room and abandoned the job.

According to Berimah Adjei-Twinin, there is no connection between the painter and the incident, adding that “if the man had entered the room, he would have been the first to know that the woman was dead.”

The Mac Dic Hotel CEO was emphatic that the whole of March 18, 2015, the deceased did not come out of her room.

Admitting that the police had not arrested any of his staff in respect of the case, he said he was surprised nobody, including one Daniel Offei – the man who booked the room for the couple – visited the deceased after the accused had left for the UK.
 
 
 
Source: Jeffrey De-Graft Johnson/Daily Guide
 
 

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