A Roman parent in Ghana’s Ashanti Region, Jamasi-Yonso, made history, but he did not live to see the “fruit of his labor.”
At Jamasi-Yonso, the Roman Father was Father Oti Boateng. He passed away some time ago, and his funeral was held in the town of Jamasi-Yonso.
A woman invaded the funeral grounds, claiming to be Father Oti Boateng’s wife, much to the surprise of mourners.
The woman arrived at the funeral grounds with nine children, claiming to be Father Oti Boateng’s biological offspring, adding to the shock.
Given that catholic priests are not permitted to marry, let alone father children, the mourning were taken aback.
She presented various images of herself and Father Oti Boateng enjoying fun with their children to back up her accusations.
The Diocese’s Catholic leaders, who were present at the funeral, were equally astounded and admitted that they had no awareness of the woman’s claims.
They will, however, meet with the late priest’s family to investigate the claims and ensure that the woman and her children are treated fairly if the allegations are genuine.