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Tilapia Dropped This Artwork About Owusu Bempah And Caused Massive Reactions On Social Media.

Prior to his incarceration, Reverend Owusu Bempah made a comment during one of his sermons, which shocked many people. What he claimed could be accurate because the law in this country treats the impoverished differently than the rich.

Let's visit some of the country's prison yards, and you'll be surprised to learn that many of them are innocent, but because they couldn't afford to settle with public officials, they found themselves in that dreadful place. I once heard a story of a man who was imprisoned for years only for stealing a goat. If the law were genuinely equitable to all residents, these individuals should not be imprisoned for more than a month. If they had enough money to pay off public authorities in secret, they would have been released a long time ago.

If you want to escape being imprisoned for a long time, the self-proclaimed nation's Prophet made it plain that you must do specific things in the dark. He talked about surreptitiously delivering stuff to public figures and making sure that food was always available in their homes. He seemed to know what he was talking about and had been practicing it all along. He was allowed bail to walk free after directing or permitting some of his church members to physically assault police officers. If this had happened to a regular citizen, I'm sure he or she would have made a beeline for Nsawam prison.

Many people appear to feel that only the wealthy can survive in the grips of the law, based on his bail grant of GHC 200,000. A impoverished person has no opportunity.

To prevent getting imprisoned as a regular person, it is advisable to be aware of your surroundings at all times, as you may not be able to defend yourself in court because you were unable to settle individuals in secret areas.

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