- A pastor in Kumasi has abandoned the lifeless body of his 'daughter' in front of her family house
-He had the body brought in from Accra to avoid a court action
The Head Pastor of Spirit of Truth Ministry in the Ashanti Region, Bishop Kingsley Harrison, left many residents of Ayigya in the Ashanti Region in a state of shock after he abandoned a corpse in the area.
According to reports, the man of God ordered for the lifeless body of a lady believed to be named Ataa Attivor who was christened Doreen Harrison, to be brought from Accra.
The story had it that Doreen, a 26-year-old who had been adopted by the man of God died while still living with the pastor.
It is reported that the man of God revealed that the lady died of asthma but family members of Doreen, have refused to accept the fact that the lady die of asthma.
The family members of the deceased lady are reported to have mounted pressure on the pastor to return the mortal remains of Doreen to them or face them in court.
The legal threats therefore forced the man of God to have the mortal remains of Doreen chauffeured from Accra in an ambulance with registration number BA 751-15.
However, one family member of Ataa Attivor, (Doreen) believed to be the head of the family, Isaac Nsiah Foster, rejected the corpse and asked the pastor to come clean on the cause of death.
Isaac Nsiah Foster asked Bishop Kingsley Harrison to provide documents which supported the fact that their relative died of asthma.
They argued that the man of God refused to tell them that their daughter had been ill and even when she died, they had to learn of the unfortunate news from another family.
A clash ensued over the lifeless body of the 26-year-old lady leaving many people injured.
The body was therefore dumped in front of a drinking bar to prevent a court action.
Police in the area have since intervened in the matter to settle it amicably.
The remains have been taken to the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH) mortuary and Bishop Kingsley Harrison has been ordered to produce medical documents of the deceased to confirm the cause of death.
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