Video Of How Jesus Ahuofe Was Dragged Into Police Vehicle Pops Up

We earlier reported the arrest of Bishop Stephen Akwesi Appiah popularly known as Jesus Ahuofe in connection with Shatta Wale’s failed gun attack prank.

According to reports, he was arrested on the premises of Accra FM when he arrived and was preparing for his weekly show with Nana Romeo, the show’s host.

In a video that has popped up on social media, plain-clothed police officers were seen leading the man of God into their vehicle following a short misunderstanding.

The man of God who prophesied that Shatta Wale would be shot on October 18 of this year was reportedly picked up on the premises of Accra FM as he prepared for his weekly show.

Nana Romeo who corroborated the story said two white police pickup vehicles pulled on the premises of the radio station and whisked Bishop Akwesi Appiah into custody.

On Monday, October 18, Shatta Wale was reportedly shot by unknown gunmen but managed to escape. His Personal Assistant’s WhatsApp status had it that the artist has since gone missing after the event.

However, Shatta Wale has come out to apologise to his fans and anyone affected by the prank and denied allegations that he has been shot. He also claimed that he has been in hiding following the death prophecy by one man of God who said he would be shot and killed on that day.

Shatta Wale also blamed the Ghana Police Service for failing to provide him with protection after the man of God’s doom prophecy.

The dancehall artiste has said he is not coming out of hiding until the police do something about the threat to his life.

Watch the video below:

 

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