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Ghanaian Pastor Sylvester Ofori likely to face death punishment or 145 years in prison

The family of 27-year-old Barbara Tommey who was murdered in cold blood by her estranged husband and pastor Sylvester Ofori has announced she will be buried on September 26, 2020.

Family members of the deceased said the early burial will help them heal from the pain of losing her in such a gruesome manner.

Pastor Sylvester Ofori, who heads the Floodgates of Heaven Int’l Ministries was arrested on the night of Tuesday, September 6, 2020, after he was caught on surveillance camera shooting his wife seven times outside her office, in Orlando, Florida.

Sister to the deceased Sophia Tommey revealed that Ofori killed his wife because she started divorce proceedings against him. Sophia said her murdered sister Barbara Tommey, 27, had moved out of her matrimonial home three months ago because she and her husband were always fighting.

A new report sighted online has dug in to reveal the punishments that are given to people who commits intensive crimes in Florida.

According to the report, the Ghanaian U.S based pastor’s crime was to the extreme and might be punished accordingly to what the laws of Florida court says.

The report debunked rumors of Pastor Ofori handing himself to the police and revealed it was lie and had no truth to what actually happened.

After the shooting, police went to this apartment building on Raleigh Street where Ofori and Tommey had, at one point, lived together. Investigators said they brought the SWAT team and eventually found him in the home.

 

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