- A video of some aggrieved persons accosting the founder of the Zoe Outreach Embassy Church, Kelvin Elson Godson Kobiri, has surfaced online
- In the clip, the group alleged to be church members can be heard demanding their monies
- This follows previous occasions where the businessman was accosted and assaulted by aggrieved persons demanding their investments
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Some aggrieved persons have once again accosted the founder of the Zoe Outreach Embassy Church, Kelvin Elson Godson Kobiri, demanding their monies.
This follows previous occasions where Kelvin Elson Godson Kobiri was either accosted or assaulted by some angry customers demanding their investments following the closure of his investment companies, EL Real Estates, and Tikowre Capital.
During one of such incidents, the preacher who was to appear before the Tarkwa District court to respond to a suit against him for allegedly issuing dud checks was laid siege on the road and prevented by the incensed customers from going to the court as planned, according to myjoyonline.com.
In a post sighted on social media, some incensed church members accosted and assaulted the founder of the Zoe Outreach Embassy demanding their money.
Pastor Kelvin Kobiri appeared in a white Range Rover along with a lady.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported the husband of a 40-year-old woman, Joyce Amankwa, who was killed by armed robbers in the bullion van attack at James Town in Accra says he has forgiven the perpetrators of the heinous crime.
Recounting what his wife's untimely death meant to him in a recent interview, Gamali Appau, the widower, said he has forgiven the killers.
''I don't have anything to say. I've lost something dear and that is the only thing I can say. No amount of talking can bring back my wife,'' he told Ghanaweb.
In a separate story, following his untimely death, Constable General Osei's father has disclosed when he last spoke to his son.
Speaking to reporters at their family house, the father of the deceased revealed that he last spoke to his son on Friday, June 11, before he was killed in the heinous robbery incident on Monday, June 14.
''He came here last Friday [June 11] and told me he was packing his things to his new abode, so I told his mother to get him a taxi. When we finished packing, I asked him when he will come and take me to his new place; he said he would come and pick me to see his new place at Kanda Estates by the end of this week,'' Osei's father said.
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