Ghanaian police crackdown on pastors
There are thought to be more than sixty thousand churches in Ghana, in west Africa. You might imagine that this proliferation would be a good thing for the country's morality. The police think otherwise. They're warning Ghanians to beware of pastors they blame for a wave of fraud and deception. One MP says the majority of Ghana's men of God do little but fleece the poor. From Accra, the BBC's Sammy Darko reports.