YEN.com.gh has sighted another video of the founder and leader of the Anointed Palace Church (APC), Reverend Obofour, making rounds on social media.
In the video, Obofour is seen performing Kuami Eugene's 'Angela' hit track in front of his congregation.
As someone who is known to have had his church band perform songs of Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy, this should not really surprise us.
But the interesting twist to this video is that Obofour substituted the entire lyrics of Kuami Eugene's song with his own.
Instead of singing about love as Kuami Eugene had done, Obofour used his version to warn witches and wizards not try him else they will get caught.
"Everywhere you go I go dey there oo; If you fly nkoaa I go crush you oo; If you no want trouble [you] no go fly oo; Every corner me I dey work there ooo...Aaaabayifoooɔɔɔɔ," Obofour opened his performance to the admiration of his congregation.
He went on to do other verses as the congregation cheered him on.
Ordinarily, one would wonder why a man of God will be interested in singing 'worldly' songs in church.
But for Obofour, it is no big deal as it has been 'modus operandi' for some time now.
Known to be a protégé of the Kumasi-based man of God, Ebenezer Adarkwa Yiadom, Obofour has made a name for himself on the back of such controversial behaviour.
Apart from being known for ‘arresting’ and exposing witches is, he is also very popular for his lavish lifestyle which includes giving 15 cars away at his son's naming ceremony.
Meanwhile, while Obofour may be happy and showing off his musical prowess, another 'man of God', Chris Omatsola, has found himself in the grips of the law.
Omatsola, a Nigerian pastor, has been arrested for allegedly leaking an adult video onto social media.
The arrest was caused by his ex-girlfriend, Princess Okpewho, who was the lady found in the video.
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