- The NPP man says the Prophet claims he has challenged and disrespected his authority
- He says the Prophet has threatened to deal with him both physically and spiritually
A top member of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Yaw Adomako Baafi is accusing the leader and founder of Glorious Wave Ministry, Prophet Badu Kobi of leading physical attack on him.
The Lawyer says he has not known peace ever since he responded to Prophet Kobi on his incessant attacks on President Akufo-Addo government on radio.
He says the ‘Man of God’ and his body guards on Friday accosted him in another vehicle and physically attacked him.
Speaking on Accra-based Okay FM on Monday, Adomako Baafi insisted that the Prophet and his men attacked and tore his shirt to the surprise of many onlookers.
“On Friday, Badu Kobi’s car crossed mine. He asked his men to pull me out of the car and held my cloth. I was very frightened. He rained ‘curses’ on me and asked me not to talk about his issue again”, he narrated.
Yaw Adomako revealed that Prophet Kobi who is an ardent critic of the Akufo-Addo government unleashed his boys to deal with him because he [Adomako] has challenged his authority on radio.
The NPP Communications Director disclosed that the Prophet and his men have been tormenting his life ever since he took him on after he accused President Akufo-Addo of deliberately collapsing UT and Capital bank for GCB takeover.
He says after his replied and questioning the calling of the Prophet, the religious leader has been sending him life threatening text messages.
The incident between them, the NPP man said is so serious that Prophet Kobi has now resorted to physical attack to settle scores.
“I had forgotten about the incident after Reverend Owusu Bempah called and advised me only to meet them last Friday threatening me,” he said.
Yaw Adomako Baafi is therefore calling on government to provide him with security as he believes the incident can end his life.
But Prophet Badu Kobi reacting to the issue on the same show denied the allegations and threatened legal action against the NPP man for questioning his calling as a Prophet.
“I will drag that man to court and prove to him that indeed I don’t come from God. I am a Ghanaian and have every right to talk about the President and so Adomako and his men cannot stop me,” he said.
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