Kumawood actor, Oteele has pleaded with popular preacher Rev. Obofuor to dash him a car like he did to some of his fellow actors and actresses.
According Oteele who is also known as Biggie, he is also an actor who has made an impact so Rev. Obofuor should gift him a car.
In an interview with ZionFelix, Oteele shared his life as an actor and his dream to own a car.
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Oteele revealed that he admired Rev. Obofuor so much and supported all that he has been doing over the years.
"Rev. Obofuor, it is as if you have ignored me. I am coming to marry. I can't send you an invite but please hear about it and surprise me," he said.
The actor announced that he will be getting married in May 2019 and pleaded with the preacher man to come to his aid.
In addition to asking Rev. Obofuor for help towards his wedding, Oteele pleaded with the preacher to dash him a car.
The interesting part is that Oteele asked Rev. Obofuor to dash him no other car but a Rolls Royce car.
The actor noted that any other car such as Matiz I and Matiz II will not be appropriate for him since he is fat.
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Oteele's plea follows a recent good deed undertaken by head pastor and founder of the Anointed Palace Church, Rev. Obofuor.
In the video, Rev. Obofour was seen gifting the cars to Christiana Awuni and Akyere Bruwaa at the Tema branch of his church.
In a similar gesture, Rev. Obofuor gifted a Chevrolet Camaro to popular gospel singer Brother Sammy.
Obofour, during the plush birthday party organised for his 60-year-old mother on Saturday, April 6, 2019, promised to gift the Camaro which he said was parked in his house in Kumasi to the singer and asked Brother Sammy to pass by for it anytime he came to Kumasi.
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