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Religion of Thursday, 19 May 2016

Source: Nii Armah

How T.B. Joshua saved Ghanaian police officer

Prophet T.B. Joshua founder of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (Scoan) has turned the misfortunes of Police Constable Edwin Akpaloo around after aiding him to re-capture a bolted suspected robber under his guard.

The police constable who had to recapture the ‘criminal’ escapee in 10 days or face service enquiry run to Prophet T.B Joshua to seek a solution only to receive a miraculous encounter of re-capture of the suspect. In a kind gesture, the man of God also handed the dejected police officer $1,000 for his transportation costs back to Ghana.

Per constable Akpaloo’s account, the suspected robber Kwaku Yeboah, who was receiving treatment under a 24-hour guard at the Sunyani Regional Hospital May 5, escaped on the blind side of the security guards after he was arrested for alleged robbery.

Having received a 10-day ultimatum to produce him or face punishment, Akpaloo on Thursday 12th May 2016, headed for The SCOAN in Lagos, Nigeria on the sixth day of his 10-day ultimatum for spiritual help.

After listening to the policeman’s plight, Prophet T.B. Joshua sent a message that the suspect would be caught as he had been “chained spiritually.”

True to his words, the suspect was re-arrested at his hideout at Kwatire, near Sunyani together with two others who had offered him a place to hide.

The Brong Ahafo regional Police Public Relations Officer, ASP Christopher Tawiah told the media that Yeboah was re-arrested after a tip-off.

In a related development, Beatrice Kafui Aggroh of Radio Gold who worship at the Synagogue applauded Prophet T.B. Joshua for his continuous support to Christendom and urged believers not to hesitate to visit the man of God for their spiritual solutions.

Watch full account of Constable Akpaloo in video