Traditional priest shots man in the manhood who confronted him for sleeping with his wife

A self-styled traditional priest whose name was only given as Okumfuo Rasta has allegedly shot one Kwesi Peter, 25, in the manhood for accusing him of sleeping with his (victim’s) wife.

The victim is said to have seen the wife and the suspect in a position in which he accused them of sleeping together.

Shockingly, his wife responded saying, the priest was far superior in bed than the husband hence her decision to sleep with him.


This, according to reports, infuriated the husband who confronted the priest.

The two of them reportedly exchanged words and the priest allegedly aimed at him with the gun and wanted to shoot him in the buttocks but the victim turned and covered his manhood with hands and the suspect allegedly shot at him.

The assemblyman in the area Emmanuel Kobi confirmed the incident accused the suspect of always firing guns.

He explained that the priest is known as someone who fires shots in the area and is always associated with his work as a rational priest.
He revealed the suspect had been arrested and he is assisting the Police with their investigations.

He said the victim is currently responding to treatment.

Narrating his ordeal, the victim said he had no personal problem with the priest, but he only wanted to confront the priest for having an affair with the wife.

According to him, he was shocked to have seen his wife with the priest at midnight.

He said “I saw them at an ungodly hour and confronted them. In the course of our confrontation, the priest went into his room, grabbed a gun, and fired the first shot at me but missed. He threatened to harm him, and so I attempted running, but I realized he would hit me in my buttocks so I turned, and the gun hit me in my manhood”.

After he shot me, he told my wife they should run away. He is having an affair with my wife despite having a wife. He is fond of sleeping with the idea of other neighbours. That is what he does. He is a wife snatcher”.

By: Rainbowradioonline.com/Ghana

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