- Owusu Bempah has said Obofour is not from God
- According to Owusu Bempah, Obofour went for his powers somewhere in the Ashanti Region
- Owusu Bempah made the claims on Good Evening Ghana on Tuesday
The founder and leader of Glorious Word Ministry International, Reverend Isaac Owusu Bempah, has stated that the founder and leader of the Anointed Palace Chapel (APC) Reverend Obofour is not a true 'man of God'.
According to the renowned prophet, Obofour went for black magic (juju) from an oracle in Fawoade, a town near Mamponteng in the Kwabre District of the Ashanti Region.
Owusu Bempah further revealed that the name of the deity is 'Abankro' and every patron is given some water which is called 'Obuafuor' (helper). This is the same name which has intentionally corrupted to be 'Obofour' (angel).
Explaining how he got to know of the Obofour's 'juju' dealings, Owusu Bempah stated that it was disclosed to him by some of his church members who belong the family in charge of the 'Abankro' deity.
Owusu Bempah made the revelations o Metro TV's Good Evening Ghana on Tuesday while sharing his thoughts on government's intention to tax the business activities of churches in Ghana.
The renowned prophet told show host, Paul Adom Otchere that he was in support of government's decision because many churches do sell items like anointing oil, pomade and other things which must be taxed.
It was at this point that he mentioned the names of Obofour and others like Obinim and started blasting them for being ostentatious.
He added that if they could show off their wealth as they have been doing, they should also pay taxes on their products.
Obofour and Obinim have recently been in the news for buying very expensive Rolls Royce cars.
Obofour even went further to buy a Ford Mustang worth GHC 100,000 for his nine-year-old daughter on her birthday.
While giving out the cars, Obofour boasted that the revenue from his 'Abayifoɔ nkuu' (witches pomade) alone could buy a car every day.
Citing this statement, Owusu Bempah questioned:"if you go for your juju to come and sell pomade in church and you brag about it on social media, why should you not pay taxes?"
Meanwhile, Reverend Obofour has shut down criticisms about the purchase of the GHC 100,000 car for his daughter.
According to him, those criticising him would be the same people to attack him if anything happened to his daughter because he could not transport her to and from school.
He quizzed: "So they are okay with outsiders enjoying and not my family? I should send a taxi driver to go and pick my daughter and ran away with her?"
Ghana News Today: Shatta Wale May Become A President Of Ghana | #Yencomgh:
Do you have a hot story or scandal you would like us to publish on YEN.com.gh?