The Ghana Police Service has declared news caster at Despite Media, Ohenenana Kwame Amoh wanted.
The journalist is believed to have been involved in the disturbances that occurred at the church of clergy man, Rev Isaac Owusu-Bempah.
Ohenenana Kwame Amoh is among three other persons – Matata, Nana Brown and Kofi Acheampong – being pursued by the police.
Angel News Court Correspondent, Ama Brako Ampofo, reported that the prosecutor, Chief Inspector Denis Tepetey, prayed the court to compel Owusu Bempah to produce the four suspects.
The judge, however, said he can’t compel them to do so.
In the case of Kofi Acheampong, he is believed to have used a weapon which the police are yet to retrieve.
On his part, Lawyer for Owusu Bempah, Gary Nimako, expressed disappointment at how the case was being handled. He has resolved to petition the Attorney General to take a second look at the case.
His reason was that he doesn’t understand why the case has been split into two.
The leader of Glorious Word Power Ministries International was remanded into police custody along with some of his church members for threatening to kill Patience Oduro popularly known as Nana Agradaa.
Owusu Bempah was subsequently granted bail to the tune of GHS200,000 with two sureties.