There has been a press release from Royalhouse Chapel International, in relation to the said “licenced sex predator.”
In its press release, Royalhouse Chapel has disassociated itself from the said “Dr.” Jonathan Ohene Nkunim, stating that he was neither an officer or a member of the church.
Rather, he was part of a ministration team that came to support a guest speaker in one of its local branches. Immediately after the opening worship, he left without anyone knowing or interacting with him.
This came about through a documentary by investigative journalist Manasseh Azure Awuni and published by the Fourth Estate. In the said documentary an alleged Dr by the name of Jonathan Ohene Nkunim was captured sexually assaulting its clients in his office.
It came up that he happened to be a minister of the gospel, wherein in some scenes of the documentary he was seen leading worship in one local assembly of Royalhouse Chapel.
The attention of the leadership of Royalhouse Chapel International has been drawn to a video circulating on social media entitled “THE LICENSED SEX PREDATOR ” produced by investigative journalist, Manasseh Azure Awuni and published by the Fourth Estate.
In the said video, a gentleman to be a doctor and minister of the gospel, named “Dr Jonathan Ohene Nkunim, of Nature’s Hand Therapeutic Centre, Gbawe, who is facing sexual assault charges, is seen leading worship at one of the local assemblies of Royalhouse Chapel.
The leadership of Royalhouse Chapel wishes to inform the public and all interested persons that the said Dr Jonathan Ohene Nkunim is neither an officer nor a member of the church and has never been.
We wish to state that on the day in question, as featured in the documentary, he was part of the ministration team of a guest pastor who had been invited to minister at the local church.
After the opening worship for the guest pastor, he immediately left the service without any interactions with the host pastor or the leadership of our local church.
As such, as submitted above, he is not known to Royalhouse Chapel in any capacity, either as an officer or a member as the video may have suggested.
As a compassionate Bible-believing church, Royalhouse Chapel, therefore, disassociates itself from the supposed minister of the gospel and his actions.
The leadership of the church is deeply saddened by the actions of the supposed minister of the gospel and prays for mercy and true repentance for his soul.
We also pray for the emotional, spiritual and psychological healing of victims affected by the actions of the aforementioned “Dr.” Jonathan Ohene Nkunim, even as we trust the law to take the course for justice.