Residents of Tema Community 18 are protesting Bishop Titi-Ofei's plan to allow his property to be used as an isolation Centre for COVID-19 patients.
The residents confronted Bishop Titi-Ofei over why he wants to allow the health directorate in Tema to use his Titi-Ofei Centre as an isolation centre.
They say they were not consulted before the decision was reached because an isolation centre can not be in the middle of a busy town.
Bishop Titi-Ofei also spoke on the issue said he is only offering a helping hand to the authorities and it is up to them to determine if the facility is suitable for such purpose.
The 100-bed facility if approved will be used by the Health Directorate as an isolation centre for patients of the novel Coronavirus.
The Bishop is a member of the National Peace Council of Ghana and also serves as the President and CEO of Almond Institute.
Ghana's COVID-19 cases keep rising as it is now 195. 3 persons have been discharged after testing negative.
18 persons are at home and responding to treatment and 80 persons are at the treatment facilities.
49 have been discharged and are home receiving final treatment and will test later.