According to the Member of Parliament for Assin Central constituency, Rev Obofour, who is the leader of Anointed Palace Chapel (APC), has been deceiving vulnerable people in his church and has been extorting money from them.
He made this claim on Net2 TV this week.
He went on to say that it’s disgusting how Rev Obofour is exploiting his members and amassing wealth from them.
According to him, Obofour is deceiving vulnerable Ghanaians and taking advantage of them.
The question is what did Reverend Obofour tell Kennedy Agyapong when they met? That could be a top-secret and with this warning, Reverend Obofour is likely to stop whatever illegalities he’s involved in.
Meanwhile, Ken Agyapong's NET 2 TV has shown a video revealing the behind-the-scenes tricks of fake miracles in churches.
In the video, a woman who claims to acts fake miracles for pay is heard explaining her modus operandi and mentioning some of her clients.
The video was shown while Ken Agyapong appeared on the station to speak about fake prophets in Ghana.
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