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Pressure From My Pregnant Lady Pushed Me To Steal : Man Confesses In Court

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Kingsley Kwame Yeboah, a 27-year-old man who was arraigned before an Accra Circuit Court over a stealing charge (he stole sacks of used clothes and shoes from his colleague traders valued at GH¢10,570) has explained why he carried out that act.

Mr Yeboah told the court that was forced to steal due to persistent pressure mounted on him by his pregnant partner for quite a long time now. He said his wife expects more from him but his earnings don’t meet her demands.

Sorry Kingsley pleaded guilty to stealing in a court presided over by Mrs Susana Eduful, and prayed for the court to be lenient with him. The judge considered his plea for mitigation, and the fact that he was remorseful, sentenced him to eight months imprisonment in hard labour.

The Court did not accept his ‘touching’ explanation but granted him a GH¢20,000.00 bail with two sureties, one to be a public servant earning not less than GH¢1,000.00. He is to make his next appearance on September 14, 2021.

Police Chief Samuel Ahiabor who held a brief for Chief Inspector Christine Bansah told the Court that the complainants, Madam Gladys Ofosu-Appiah, Madam Vida Manyo, Dora Amankwa and Gifty Akaweh, all dealt in second-hand clothing and shoes at Kantamanto Market.

He said on August 9, 2021, at 6 am the complainants reported at their business centres and noticed that their wares were stolen. They lodged a formal complaint to the Police and upon a tip-off, Kingsley was grabbed in the market with one sack of baby clothing.

During investigations, Kingsley admitted the offence and confessed that earlier in the day at about 0300 hours, he went to the market and stole two sacks of second-hand clothing and a sack of second-hand shoes.

The Court further heard that Kingsley sold 150 pairs of the stolen children’s shoes valued at GH¢2,770.00, to Yaw. The Court ordered the prosecution to release the retrieved items to the complainants.

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Drama As Prophet Drinks Member’s Urine During A Healing Session

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Drama as Prophet drinks client’s urine during a healing session. Madzibaba Tanya is accusing Madzibaba Steven Muchanyu of using him before duping him of US$5 000 which they had agreed on as his payment. Madzibaba Tanya told H-Metro that Madzibaba Steven “hired” him to help him heal a client suspected to have come from Zambia seeking help.

A Harare-based self-styled faith healer (prophet) says he is sick after he was reportedly forced to drink a client’s urine during a healing session. He said:

Madzibaba Steven looked so desperate when he approached me seeking help. He said he had someone who was coming from Zambia or Botswana not sure who was having problems of pulse beating uncontrollably when driving.

He also said he was having dreams in which every time he dreams of his funeral and wakes up feeling very sick. So he begged me to help him heal the person and I accepted his request to which we agreed that I would get USD$5000 from the USD$15 000 which the client was to pay.

After five days he told me that the person had arrived but I refused to perform the miracles at his church since he would get the credit. Madzibaba Tanya added that during the healing session, he was possessed by a strange “foreign” spirit and it was while he was in a trance that he drank the patient’s urine. He said:

I got possessed during the healing process with a spirit that I don’t even understand. I was told that the spirit wanted me to drink the client’s urine and it was the same spirit that wanted to kill the client.

So I drank the urine in which the client got healed, hana yake yakabva yangoti zii kurova fast kwayaiita and he (client) confirmed that he was healed and was grateful.

Madzibaba Tanya said he had been promised US$15 000 but was surprised to be given US$100 instead of the agreed fee. He said he needed US$5 000 so that he could find faith healers to heal him as he is now sick and also to be delivered from the alien spirit.

Madzibaba Tanya said that each time “I visit other churches I am told they are seeing death ahead of me due to the spirit which came upon me.” However, Madzibaba Steven disputed the allegations, accusing his erstwhile friend of unspecified action. He said:

I have issues with this man. We used to pray together before I left him over his conduct of getting drunk whilst at the shrine. He would also sleep with married women in the bushes, so he is trying to tarnish my image so that my church collapses. He is lying.

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Kasoa: Jealous Gay Boyfriend Stabs His Partner For Having A Female Lover

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The Kasoa Market Police have arrested a suspected gay couple after one was stabbed for cheating.

They have been identified as Prince Nyator, 22 and Evans Amoah aged 23.

The two are said to be workers of a Kasoa-based restaurant.

Prince stabbed Evans in his right wrist during a confrontation after he found out the later had a girlfriend.

In an interview, a co-worker, who said Evans confided in him, said the latter had on several occasions been physically abused by Prince.

This, he said, was after he declined his offers for intimacy but gave in one time due to the heightened pressure.

“Filled with guilt after the act, Evans vowed not to continue but I confronted Prince who confirmed and told me he was also lured into gayism by his teacher from a school,” he narrated.

They are currently in police custody assisting with investigations.

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Crying Bride Creates A Scene At Her Wedding | WATCH

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A video which has gone viral online has shown moment a crying bride created a scene at her wedding ceremony.

The bride cried profusely and had to be comforted by another lady supposedly in her bridal train. The lady walked to the church altar where the bride and her husband were exchanging their vows, to wipe her tears.

Watch the video below;

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