Toronto Adventist Pastor Joins Appeal for Killers of Slain Ghanaian to Surrender
25 June 2018 | The pastor of an Adventist Ghanaian church in Toronto has joined Ghanaian community leaders in the city to appeal for the killers of Jenas Nyarko, a 31-year-old Ghanaian social worker, to come forward.
GhanaWeb reported that the appeal was made on June 25, 2018 in the form of a press conference at the Pentecost Church of Canada.
Pastor Kwame Brobbey of the Toronto Ghanaian Seventh-day Adventist Church joined Hon. Thomas Seshi, the Consul General of Ghana in Toronto, Emmanuel Duodu the President of the Ghanaian Canadian Association of Ontario (GCAO) and a representative from the Ghanaian Ministerial Association in making the appeal.
Nyarko was killed in Toronto on Sunday, June 24 after leaving a funeral. She was the victim of a drive-by shooting close to her apartment. Nyarko had been serving as a social worker at one of the city’s shelters.