A Ghanaian man was caught in his palour when trying to kill his last child by Ghanaian securities.
The rate at which people look for powers now a days to start a church is so alarming, not withstanding most of our pastors has made church look more like a business that's why a lot of people wants to own a church.
Below is a picture of 49 year old man who was caught when trying to kill his last child for spiritual powers to start a church of his own.
The man was caught trying to killed his last child by Ghanaian securities officials and after the man was well interrogated he Confessed he has already killed his wife and daughter and it was remaining his son, he told the securities that he wanted powers to start a church and be performing miracles.
According to the man he said he went for powers and he was given an instruction to kill his entire family if he wants to blow and Start doing miracles,with a lot of members.
After some investigations was carried out by the securities it was discovered that the man in question was a small church pastor, and he usually keep the church in his small palour with few members in attendance.
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