Popular Net 2 TV host who is widely known as Justice Kwaku Annan has finally exposed tow popular prophets who are currently in trouble. Justice Kwaku Annan on his program on NET 2 TV disclosed that there are a lot of pastors in Ghana who are taking advantage of the members to enrich themselves due to the fear they have put in the members. He added that some of the men of God are also scammers who are helping fraud boys to dupe people all over the world.
He continued by saying that Ogya Nyame and Gusteve Dollar are so far the tow main men of God who have been captured on the ladder of his investigation for supporting fraud boys spiritually to dupe people. Justice Kwaku Annan added that he has already reported the two men of God to the police service and for that matter he will make sure that they are arrested so they can face the laws of Ghana. Kindly leave your comments, share and follow us for more updates. Thank you.
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