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Royalhouse Chapel disputes allegations of sexual misconduct and rituals against Rev. Sam Korankye Ankrah

The leadership of the Royalhouse Chapel International has denied allegations of sexual misconduct and alleged involvement in rituals against its founder, Most Rev. Sam Korankye Ankrah.

This is in reaction to assertions made by a fetish priest by name Osofo Samuel Kojo Bentil Odoom in a video on social media, that the founder of the Church allegedly engaged in sexual misconduct with a five-year-old nearly three decades ago.

A statement released by the Church claimed that the fetish priest also alleged that Sam Korankye Ankrah used the blood of the victim to build his church as well as engaging in acts of sexual misconduct with members of his church.

“You use the blood of a five-year-old girl of royal descent to perform ritual to build your Royalhouse Chapel. The ritual is that she will continue to live and die slowly…so long as this girl grows, your money grows and when everything out of her, she will die,” Kojo Bentil Odoom alleged in the video on X, formerly Twitter.

However, the Royalhouse Chapel International has vehemently refuted these claims by the priest in a statement released on Wednesday, February 14.

It said these claims by the priest are false and deliberately calculated to tarnish the hard-earned reputation of the esteemed Apostle General Sam Korankye Ankrah.

“The church views these allegations as deeply troubling, purposefully destructive and defamatory…Royalhouse Chapel categorically refutes the claims made in these publications and wishes to put on record that Apostle General Sam Korankye Ankrah has not been involved in any of Bentil’s allegations in any shape, form or fashion,” the statement noted.

The statement further stressed that the church has come thus far due to the Grace of God and the sacrifices made by the Apostle General.

The church urged the general public to disregard the assertions by the priest as they are “false” and “defamatory” and an affront to Christianity.

Meanwhile, the church has said it will explore its options under the law despite its forgiveness towards the priest Samuel Kojo Odoom and his accomplices.

Credit: 3news



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