- Prophet Opambour Ebenezer Adarkwa Yiadom has shown off his six children to Ghanaians
- The children consist of three boys and three girls with one being a doctor
- Opambour introduced the children at his album launch
Prophet Ebenezer Adarkwa Yiadom, also known as Opambour or Prophet One, for the first time opened up on his children.
According to Opambour, God has blessed him with six children, three boys and three girls.
Opambour who made the disclosure during his album launch on Sunday, September 8, 2019 lined up the children to show them off.
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Telling the stories of his children, Opambour disclosed that his first child, Bernard, was named after a man who help him at a time he wanted to marry his wife but had no money.
Following Bernard is a girl named Cassandra who Opambour revealed had completed her studies as a doctor.
The third child, Ebenezer, was born as a physically challenged boy and according to his father, something spoke to him to hit the baby on the floor which he obeyed. After hitting Ebenezer on the ground, he went inside to pick up something only to return to see him walking.
The rest of the children, Opambour added, were called Blessing, King, Priscilla who are his fourth, fifth, and sixth.
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Ably standing with Opambour during the introduction of the children was his beautiful wife.
As earlier reported by YEN.com.gh, Opambour's album launch came off at his church's premise at Ahenema Kokoben.
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The album launch was attended by Ashanti regional NPP chairman Bernard Antwi Boasiako aka Wontumi, Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi, among others, attended in a flashy car.
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