- Ghanaian preacher Rev. Obofour has claimed that sometimes, it is better to marry a man who already has a wife
- According to the controversial man of God, being the second wife of some men is better than being the first wife of other men
- Rev. Obofour dared to prove his point even though some people found t=his comments controversial
Founder and leader of Anointed Palace Church, Rev. Obofour, has supported the phenomenon of marrying more than one woman.
According to the controversial preacher, it is better for some women to marry a man who already has a wife than marry a man who is single.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, Rev. Obofour expressed support for polygamy as he explained his claim.
"There are some ladies who are staying with men as their second wives, it is beneficial to do so than stay with some men who are single," he claimed.
"Judge me if you want, I don't care. I said that because the man who you are a second wife to, has the sense to live life, he thinks about you as he does his mother," he added.
The popular preacher further jabbed single men, telling the women that some single men they live with can hit their head with even a bottle.
Deducing from his comment, it is as if Rev. Obofour was advising his church members to engage in polygamy.
By his comments, it also means that women in his church should not find their own husbands but can go in for other women's husbands.
By his posture, Rev. Obofour knows that his comments can draw along a lot of criticisms and jab to him.
In other news, Rev. Obofour's friend, musician Shatta Wale was trending in the news after a rich man sprayed money on him.
In the video, the Ghanaian rich man known as Why Fynn stopped while in traffic and moved to count GHC20 notes on Shatta Wale who was sitting in his car.
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