Ghanaian Pastor Arrested in USA for Solicitation of A Prostitute

Ghanaian Pastor Arrested in USA for Solicitation of A Prostitute

When it comes to prostitution, the law is a little funny—while prostitution is not a crime in most jurisdiction (s*x in exchange of money), solicitation stays as a crime in these jurisdiction.



According to police press release, “investigation into the solicitation of prostitution in Hamburg, resulted in the arrest early this (Saturday) morning, of a man from Page County” and this man is Rev. Dominic Yamoah, 40 years old.



The reports say, Rev. Dominic Yamoah “tried to persuade an undercover source to perform s*xual acts in exchange for money.”


Yamoah, a priest at the Saint Clare Parish, in Clarinda, and St. Joseph Parish in Villisca, was arrested and taken to the Fremont County Law Enforcement Center where he was charged with solicitation.


“His bond was set at $2,000. The Iowa State Patrol assisted in conducting the investigation.”
Perhaps we should also mention that, a former US intelligence chief who’s retired and is currently writing a book, has revealed that over 80% of the files discovered on the computers they seized from ISIS extremists contain p*rn.
There seems to be blatant hypocrisy in the house of God….

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