As we all know, Reverend Kweku Antwi popularly know as reverend Obofuor is in a bitter terms With a fetish priestess by name Nana Agradaa. Some time ago, Nana Agradaa claimed that the leader of Action Palace Church is an occultist and not a real servant of God.
She once accused the “man of God” of being a fetish priest in Mampongteng a town in the Ashanti region. This feud between the two is an old one that dates way back like 2/3 years ago.But a current blow from the camp of Agradaa to Reverend obofuor has really dropped the jaws of many netizens.The woman claims the pastor/reverend drinks human blood at 12 midnight and eats human flesh at 1 am. This she added is to give him the powers his is using currently in his church.
She added that it was because of his wife’s continuous request for money for her fake life she is living. Reverend Obofuor resorted to that means of attaining wealth in order to please his wife Mrs. Ciara Antwi.
Reference: Ghbase.com on YouTube.
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