He became a national dance champion in the late 1970s and a world dance Champion soon after that. That win saw him touring the world in private jets as a Michael Jackson look-alike.
Geeman was on top of the world at a very tender age but that glamorous world of celebrity unexpectedly come tumbling down tragically on January 9, 1995.
On that fateful day, Geeman, now known as G’Love Gemann, shot and killed a taxi driver at Dome in a scuffle over 2,000 cedis. This is 20 pesewas in today’s currency.
Gemann said he had about 1.6 million with him at home but shot and killed someone because 2,000 (old) cedis.
He was tried and convicted of murder. He spent 14 years in prison half of which was on death row. He was released in January 9, 2009 on presidential pardon from former President, John Agyekum Kufuor.
Gemann recently shared his story from celebrity to convict and now Man of God.
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