Ghana Police officer consulted TB Joshua over escapee robber
Pastor of the Synagogue Church of All Nations, Pastor T.B Joshua predicted the re-arrest of an armed robber who escaped from police custody in the Brong Ahafo region.
Kwaku Yeboah, who was receiving treatment under a 24-hour guard at the hospital, eloped on the blind side of the security guards after he was arrested for robbery.
He escaped from the Sunyani Regional Hospital on May 5, 2016 compelling the Regional Police authorities to give the police constable guarding the suspect, a 10-day ultimatum to produce him or face punishment.
The Police constable Edwin Akpaloo on Thursday 12th May 2016, rushed to The SCOAN in Lagos, Nigeria on the sixth day of his 10-day ultimatum for spiritual help.
After hearing the policeman’s plight, Prophet T.B. Joshua sent a message that the suspect would be caught and had been “chained spiritually”, additionally supporting Akpaloo with $1,000 for his transportation costs back to Ghana.
However, on Monday 16th May 2016 – the final day of the ultimatum – the robbery suspect was miraculously apprehended and re-arrested, exactly as Prophet T.B. Joshua had prophesied.
The Brong Ahafo regional Police Public Relations Officer, ASP Christopher Tawiah told the media that Yeboah was arrested after a tip-off.
He was re-arrested at his hideout at Kwatire, near Sunyani together with two others who had offered him a place to hide. Starrfmonline.com