The Ghana Police Service has strangely released results of drug test for the vitriolic self-styled pastor Kwabena Owusu Adjei showing that he had traces of marijuana and Tramadol in his urine.
Apostle Owusu-Agyei has lashed out at the Electoral Commissioner Jean Mensa, saying that he has sensed it spiritually that if she goes ahead with the controversial new voters’ register, she will day by 12 noon.
He was quickly picked up by men from the National Security Agency where a stash believed to be Cannabis Indica was found on him.
Critics have noted that the narcotic drug could have been panted on him by the security agents. His lawyer, Abraham Amaliba also expressed the same suspicion.
However, a medical report leaked by the Police shows that he was tested for eight different drugs, including Cocaine, Tramadol, Marijuana, Methamphetamine, etc. But only turned out positive for marijuana and the opium-based pharmaceutical drug-Tramadol.
His sample urine was collected the same day he was picked up Rambo-styled ( June 9, 2020). According to the leaked test results, the analysis was supervised by Dr. Adwoa Nuro-Panin of the Ghana Police Hospital.
The embattled General Overseer of the Hezekiah Prayer Ministries was arrested on Tuesday during a live interview he was having with Hot FM at a ‘secret location’ in Accra.
The 56-year-old preacher started trending in a viral video showing him raining expletives at the EC boss for her alleged bias for the NPP.
According to him, he had a spiritual revelation that confusion being brewed by the EC boss will cause the blood of the “Akyem Mafia” faction in the NPP to flow.
“…It is the blood of the Akyem Mafia that will flow. There are two ways that I see: If we allow Akufo Addo and his stupid Jean Mensa..that Stupid girl, that idiot of a girl…go ahead and do the new register, she [Jean Mensah] will die 12 midday. She will die just like that!”
In a rather daring challenge, he fired the EC boss, saying: “You are an idiot. I, Kwabena Owusu Agyei, I am telling you today. Try it and you will see. What kind of nonsense is that? You think you are better than us Ghanaians?”
Critics have questioned the entire process of his arrest and the convenient leaking of his ordeal by security agents on social media.