No matter how hard one tries to be sanctimonious, our real character would always be there to expose who and what we really are.
A self styled man of God in the Dunkwa Offin area, landed himself in trouble after secretly borrowing bottles of alcoholic beverages and sticks of cigarettes from a local bar.
Peacefm’s Reporter Teacher Korsa recounts that for some time now, the self-professed man of God by name Emmanuel Appiah, has been visiting lorry stations in the area where he pretends to be doing the will of God. He is also said to visit market places where he carries a big box for offertory.
Unbeknownst to the people who have been dropping their hard earned monies into Emmanuel Appiah’s box, he has been spending them on things abhorred by the Bible.
Emmanuel Appiah’s refusal to pay his debt got him laughing at the wrong side of his mouth yesterday when the owner of the local bar he frequents, accosted him and gave him two dirty slaps for challenging her.
According to Teacher Korsa, “for some time now, Emmanuel Appiah has been crediting alcohol and cigarettes from the local bar and his debts had risen to GHC100. For this reason, the owner of the bar warned her caretakers to stop serving Emmanuel on credit.”
“Just yesterday, the owner saw Emmanuel seated comfortably and gulping some six shots of akpeteshie (locally distilled gin), a bottle of Guinness and further requesting for two sticks of cigarettes. This annoyed her and she approached him for her money”.
After exchanging heated words, the self styled man of God is reported to have hit the owner with a Guinness bottle and this invited the slaps in return. After the exchange attracted a large crowd, the shame-faced preacher left the scene but not without paying GHC 20 out of the GHC100 he owed.
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