Recently, some Ghanaian pastors notably Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi, Rev. Obofour, Bishop Daniel Obinim, et al. are on a car sharing or better still gifting spree for reasons best known to them. One surprising thing about their above-mentioned generosity is that only rich people benefit.
Consequently, many have raised questions as to where they get the monies they spend on buying such cars from. Some have argued that they take the monies from their church members, but in most cases, they have denied such claims.
But according to Nana Agradaa, a powerful traditional female priest in Ghana, these pastors with Rev. Obofour leading the list don’t acquire the cars in a legitimate means as they get them through a certain man who smuggles them into the country.
Speaking on RTV, she further stressed that if these pastors really have money as they brag, they should import cars legitimately and pay huge import duties. However, Gospel musician Bro Sammy who’s now acting as Rev Obofour’s spokesperson has declared Nana Agradaa’s assertion as null and void.
Bro Sammy in an interview we’ve sighted online, he challenged those saying Rev. Obofour deals in smuggle cars to report him to the police. To solidify his argument, Bro Sammy revealed that Rev. Obofour of Anointed Palace Chapel (APC) fame adds certified papers to any beneficiary of his cars.
Remember that Bro Sammy recently received Camaro from the man of God under discussion. He added that, he has in possession all the official documents of the car and under no circumstance will a smuggled car gets such official documents.
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