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Don’t call me when arrested — Rev. Aboagye to Methodist Church

Ashanti Regional Police Chaplain, ACP Very Rev. Jonas Samuel Aboagye is not happy at all about the behavior of some members of the Methodist Church in Ghana, and Christians especially those in the Methodist Wesley Cathedral at Adum in Kumasi.

According to him, incessant calls from known members of the Church and other relatives to intervene for them when arrested for a traffic offense has been burdensome to him as a law enforcement officer and a clergy.

While calling Ghanaians, especially Christians to desist from interfering with the police’s work, ACP Rev. Aboagye who is a Minister of God at the Methodist Church, in Ghana calls members to stop pestering him.

“I have been in one office for 17 years and by the grace of God, He has protected my name from corruption and other bad practices, so, you’re not the one to soil my reputation for me.

“I have received so many calls to intervene from people who know me. Pastors are calling, church members are calling, pastors are calling, and town folks are calling.

“So from now on, if anyone is arrested for traffic infractions, ‘don’t call me’. I’ve even asked my Bishop not to call me so call tell church members. If you text me, I’ll delete it”, ACP. Very Rev. Jonas Samuel Aboagye told the congregation on Sunday, 29 October 2023.

“The Senior Police Officer added: “So go to Court and pay a fine. And the State will make money from”, the Methodist clergy, without mincing words stressed.

Source: Kapital Online Team//2023.

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