- A former personal assistant of Bishop Obinim is reported to be an impostor
- Kweku Baako says Joseph Osei posed as a close worker of Anas to extort money from innocent Ghanaian
- Joseph Osei has decided to react to these allegations saying Kweku Baako has been unfair to him
It has emerged that a presidential staffer who was also the former personal assistant to Bishop Daniel Obinim, Joseph Osei, was once arrested for defrauding companies under the guise of an employee of Anas Aremeyaw Anas.
This is according to the editor-in-chief of the New Crusading Guide Newspaper, Kweku Baako, who has revealed that the impostor of Anas went out in all lengths to extract monies from his victims.'
"The young Anas’ imposter, who is now stationed at the Presidency after his job with Bishop Obinim, then only 27 years old, was arrested in 2013 for taking monies from institutions in the name of Anas Armeyaw Anas and bolting," a MyNewsGH report stated.
According to sources, Joseph Osei was arrested in 2013 for allegedly defrauding two companies to the tune of 12,200 cedis.
Meanwhile, Joseph Osei has vowed to tell his side of the story to this controversy.
“I have nothing against Anas Aremeyaw Anas, whatever misunderstandings that took place in 2013 was resolved in court. I have not given any information about Anas to anyone so I see it strange how my name is mentioned in their tango. Maybe I should also start speaking, I have been quite for God knows why,” he revealed in a Facebook post.
Meanwhile, the Founder and Leader of the International Godsway Church, Bishop Daniel Obinim, has announced he is Ghana’s spiritual father.
According to a report by Ghanacelebrities.com, he revealed that his task demands that he works closely with the physical president, Nana Akufo-Addo.
He went on to say that he received his appointment from Jesus Christ, and as such all other men of God are under his authority.
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