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Rev Owusu Bempah’s Junior Pastor Who Said He Can Kill Anyone and Walk Free Arrested from His Hidey-hole

Police have smoked out and arrested Bright Nana Adu Berchie, a junior pastor of Rev Owusu Bempah.

Previously in a video that surfaced online, Adu Berchie was seen bragging that he can kill someone and walk free because this is Ghana.

He also claimed that laws do not work in Ghana hence he can do anything he want and go scout free.

He was brandishing a gun in the videos which went viral on social media.

Since the arrest of Rev Owusu Bempah and some of his goons for storming Evang Patricia Asiedu’s house, police have been on the lookout for Berchie, who went into hiding.

Berchie was arrested late Tuesday, September 28th 2021, a police statement confirmed.

The statement said the suspect has been charged with offensive conduct, the offences of threats of death and the possession of a firearm without lawful authority.

“A weapon has been retrieved from him for ballistic examination to aid further investigations.”.

“He will soon be arraigned before court. We thank the public for their continued support as we pursue our constitutional mandate of maintaining law and order.” the statement added

Berchie was seen in several egregious videos bragging as if Ghana belonged to his grandfather.

Nana Adu Berchie had claimed that laws do not work in Ghana.

According to him, you can kill and walk free in Ghana, nothing will happen to you.

The junior pastor of Rev Owusu Bempah made this claim in a video bluffing that he is personally going to execute anybody who steps on his toes.

He noted he will shoot and kill anybody who annoys him.

In another video, the same person, Nana Adu Berchie brandished a gun on live TV threatening Nana Agradaa to deal with her.

All this was before their big boss Owusu Bempah was arrested and held in remand like a commoner, at which point he realised laws work sometimes.

Berchie then went into hiding until police picked him up.

Meanwhile, his boss Owusu Bempah would be back in court next Tuesday, October 5th 2021.

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