A three-day prophetic programme in Ghana turns into a nightmare for the religious leader
The embattled UK-based Ghanaian Prophet Eric Isaiah Adusah, the founder and leader of the Global Light Revival Ministry would make his second appearance Accra magistrate court today, April 7, 2015.
Charmaine Adusah, 41, and her husband Eric Isaiah Adusah, 48, both pastors of Global Light Revival Ministries at the Tottenham, north London, had travelled to Ghana to attend a church programme organised by the House of Prayer Church International in Koforidua, the Eastern Regional capital.
The three-day prophetic programme, which was held on March 4 to 6, 2015, is said to have been very successful.
Adusah stayed at a guest house, while his wife reportedly stayed with host pastor, Bishop Yaw Adu. After the religious event, the couple decided to enjoy some time together before returning to the UK.
The Daily Guide paper reported the couple had a disagreement about how long they should stay in Ghana Charmaine wanted to spend a month there, while her husband argued that was far too long.
The couple checked into the Royal Mac Dic Hotel on Monday March 16 for five days, according to police.
Adusah left the hotel at the dawn of 17th March and reportedly gave a warning at the front desk that his British wife did not like to be disturbed and so the attendants should attend to her only when she called them for help.
After three days hotel staff became worried and used a spare key to get in the room.
There they found the three months pregnant woman, allegedly in the bathtub, who was described as "lying prostrate with a white towel wrapped around her, almost in a decomposed state," according to the paper.
Mrs Adusah, originally from Arbroath in Scotland, maiden name Spiers, is a former NHS radiography assistant. The pair married last September after a brief romance.
She has an eight-year-old son from a previous relationship in Wales.
He is staying with his father, a British man, reports the Mail on Sunday.
Global Light Revival Ministries has not made any comment yet.
A statement on their website reads: "Global Light Revival Ministry regret to announce the passing away of our 1st Lady Charmaine Isaiah Adusah.
"The Ministry express our deepest sympathy to our Prophet Eric Isaiah and the Speirs family and stand with them in prayer at this time. Thank you. God Bless."
Global Light Revival Church describes itself on its website as a growing international, multi-cultural church.
A Foreign Office spokesman said: "We can confirm the death of a British national in Ghana. Mr Adusah has not requested consular assistance."