A radio presenter, with No. 1, Evangelist Prince Adu has been summoned before the Overload of the Gadangme State, Nuumo Gborbu Wulomu-Shitse and his council of elders following a distasteful comment he made live on air.
He is reported to have said that Teshie and Nungua are dens of witches because the elders of the town sought the help of demons to establish the town.
Proceedings from the confrontation were streamed live on Blema TV on Facebook.
The embattled evangelist together with a woman was seen in the video kneeling before the chiefs explaining what he meant by the aforementioned statement.
The radio presenter, Evangelist Prince Adu is expected to pay a yet-to-be-confirmed amount of money, 25 white fowls, 7 Goat, 7 sheep among other things, Ghana Celebrities reports.
This comes days after Evangelist Diana Asamoah was also found in a similar situation when she made some derogatory remarks about Homowo.