Kenneth Adu-Amanfoh, the Narcotics Control Commission boss’s 11 and 12-year-old children, have expressed horror at their father’s alleged assault on their mother.
The Mother stated that she was the sole caregiver for the children when gun-wielding men commanded by her Pastor-Politician husband conducted an operation against her to forcefully remove the children.
The children, whose identities have been withheld due to their age, have recently spoken out about their suffering at the hands of their father’s gunmen.
On their way to Church that fateful Sunday, her father’s gunmen stopped the car and ordered her and her brother to get out.
They shoved her to the ground when she refused to cooperate, and her Bible dropped with scrapes on her elbow and knees.
Her 12-year-old brother was also allegedly abused by the goons lead by Kenneth Adu Amanfo, who witnessed his family being tormented by his own thugs.
The two Adu-Amanfoh children described their suffering as “sad” and “traumatizing” when four men gunmen headed by Kenneth Adu Amanfo attempted to forcibly remove the children from their mother.
Mrs. Adu Amanfo told Kumasi-based Luv FM that her husband, a self-styled preacher, led four men armed with firearms and dressed in desert camouflage to attack her, resulting in her injuries.
“Initially I didn’t know who they were. The four men were all armed, wearing desert security camouflage uniforms, with face masks. They carried pistols and a rifle. It was when Kenneth stepped out that I identified him as my husband,” she said.
“They ordered me to get out of the car. When I got out, one of the armed men sat in my car and ordered the children to get out of my car but they said no. He ordered them to get into the Landcruiser but they declined and started crying,” she added.