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Man Of God Allegedly Involved In Murder Of Student Nurse Breaks Silence

Prophet Dr. Stephen Dickberry, also known as "Oman Bofuor," is a well-known and powerful Man of God and the founder and head of the Prophetic Methodist Chapel International (Mankessim Abonko Branch).

He has stated that he had nothing to do with the death of a 25-year-old ambitious young student nurse who was allegedly murdered and buried in a Chief's home with a pastor in Mankessim.

According to hearsay, the Prophet was the one the police detained in the aforementioned murderer case. Again, he has served in Mankessim and the surrounding area for more than 15 years, but he has never killed and will never kill for anything, including spiritual powers or any kind of spiritual guidance.

The Man of God claims that he wants the entire nation of Ghana, particularly Mankessim and its surroundings, to be aware that he has not been detained by any police and has not even been invited by them for any type of investigation or questioning.

“I am in my comfort of my house with my wife, children and the entire congregation worshipping God.” Pastor Stephen Dickberry claims that many people in Mankessim have accused him and other pastors in the wake of the incident, so he wants to categorically deny any knowledge of the murderer case.

Pastor Stephen Dickberry is also known locally as Oman Bofour. According to him, they haven't seen or heard of any pastor in Mankessim who was involved in the incident, and all of their investigations have shown that the victim (the pastor) is not a native of Mankessim or the surrounding area.

The Prophet claims that no pastor in Mankessim has been detained as a result of the actions. He therefore makes a request of the Inspector General of Police to strengthen the nation's security measures, particularly in Mankessim and its surroundings.

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