Ghanaian Pastor Matthew Osika steals Musical Instruments from another Church to Start his own Church,Arrested

A Ghanaian Pastor Matthew Osika was arrested by the Berekum Police in the Bono Region of Ghana after stealing musical instruments of the Methodist church in other to establish his own church.

The instruments according to sources belonged to Amankokwaa Methodist Church in the Berekum West District of Ghana. Criminals broke into the church and made away with the instruments. The matter had been reported to the police who confirmed they were investigating the incident. It turned out that the musical instruments were packed in the home of the suspect who claimed he also bought them from someone he refused to name to start his own church.

One of the church member Mr. Paul Asante Bonah said, they had been tipped the items were in the home of the suspect so they, in turn, informed the police and subsequently went to the suspect’s house where he was arrested upon seeing the instruments in his room.

In his statement, Matthew Osika claimed he bought the instruments from someone to start his own church but didn’t bother to enquire about the true ownership of the items or ask for receipts before paying for them.

Among the instruments are organs, guitar, microphones, speakers, combos, fans and so on.

Suspect Mathew Osika is set to be arraigned before court on charges of conspiracy, stealing and unlawful entry while police say they are conducting further investigations to ensure that there are no accomplices in the matter.

Ghanaian Pastor Matthew Osika steals Musical Instruments from another Church to Start his own Church,Arrested

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