It is eminent that the teenage cultures and lifestyle of our favourite Men of God today in Ghana might be hard to know.
If we had more of the photos of how they looked or appeared, one could have carved out the kind of lifestyle they had as they grew.
To be frank, their lifestyle currently speaks of a well-befitting past despite the hardships or experiences some of them might have through.
Trying to project their looks now back to their teenage or younger stage has been made possible without breaking a sweat with the help of softwares and possibilities the world is growing into.
Take a look at the backward projection of your favourite Men of God and how they might have looked when they were teenagers:
1. Bishop Daniel Obinim.
2. Rev. Asanteman Obofour
3. Prophet Ebenezer Adarkwa-Yiadom
4. Prophet Kofi Oduro
5. Prophet Nigel Gaisie
Who among these handsome pastor's predicted teenage stage caught your eye the most?
Do express in the comment section below.
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