Maxwell was convicted to a seven year prison term for defilement though he strongly insists the sex was consensual between him and the 16yr old girl.
After several interview with crime check Ghana in prison then, Maxwell said he was 16. If true, he shouldn't have been kept at a walled prison where all sorts of vagabonds and hardened criminals are kept.
He should have been sent to a Senior Correctional Centre, but he claims the policeman inflated his age. His new age then was given as 18.
According to the leader of Crime check Ghana, he said; "I saw him last week looking so good in prison. I was shocked because I was expecting to see a shabby looking Maxwell.
He was not only looking good but had become a prison pastor at the Kumasi Central Prison. Not even the death of his mother whiles still in prison could deflate the young man's desire to keep a strong relationship with God. Could his imprisonment be described as an act of God?"
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