Thieves have broken into the house of the founder and leader of Ghana Union Movement (GUM), Christian Kwabena Andrews popularly known as Osofo Kyereabosom, Adepanews.com can report.
The flagbearer of GUM political party speaking in an interview on CTV mid-morning news monitored by Adepanews.com confirmed that the thieves broke into his house in the early hours of today at Kumasi in Ashanti Region of Ghana.
According to him, items the thieves ran away with include flat screen television and other things belonging to his wife, adding that this is the second time thieves have broken into his house.
Pastor Christian Kwabena Andrews well known as Osofo Kyereabosom is the founder and leader of Ghana Union Movement (GUM) vying for the presidential seat in the upcoming general elections. He’s currently in the Western Region for his campaign tour.