- Evangelist Papa Shee has claimed that Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi is not a true man of God like he portrays himself
- He noted that Prophet Badu Kobi's recent utterances about Asante women is not something the Bible teaches
- Evangelist Papa Shee slammed Prophet Badu Kobi for saying that Asante women are greedy and not marriage materials
Popular preacher man Evangelist Papa Shee has slammed Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi for his recent comments against Asante women.
According to Papa Shee, the Bible does not teach all that Prophet Badu Kobi portrayed in his comments against Asante women.
In an interview with Accra-based radio station Hitz FM, Evangelist Papa Shee expressed disappointment at Prophet Badu Kobi.
After the host asked him to share opinion on Badu Kobi's comments, Papa Shee said "Even if a lady offends you, God says forgive."
"If Badu Kobi is truly reading the Bible, he would have shy away from his comments because what he said is not from the Bible," he added.
The tough-talking evangelist quoted portions of the Bible that seem to flaw Badu Kobi's comment against Asante women.
"I am not sure it is the Bible that taught him such views. His research is not from the Bible. Where did God segregate? God brought love," he stressed.
Evangelist Papa Shee jabbed the founder of Glorious Wave Church International, claiming that he is not of God.
His comments followed some recent assertions made by Prophet Badu Kobi against women from the Ashanti Region.
In his words, he will never advise anyone to marry an Asante lady because they are greedy and not good marriage materials.
He claimed that when Asante ladies go into marriage, they keep contact and seek advise from their mothers.
The controversial prophet alleged that Asante women are fond of disrespecting their husbands especially when they become broke.
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