- Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi, the founder and leader of Glorious Wave Chapel International is reportedly wanted by Interpol over a stolen car
- This was disclosed by Oman FM presenter Kwabena Kwakye on his Boiling Point show
- According to Kwakye, the stolen car which is from Germany has been sold by Badu Kobi for $50,000
Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi of the Glorious Wave Chapel International is wanted by Interpol over a stolen car from Germany, Oman FM's Kwabena Kwakye has alleged.
According to Kwakye who is the host of Oman FM's Boiling Point, Badu Kobi brought in a stolen car from Germany and sold it for 50,000 dollars ($50,000).
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Speaking on his show on Thursday, September 19, 2019, Kwabena Kwakye disclosed that Interpol had brought a letter and the case was being handled at the Tesano Police station.
"Interpol has brought a letter that Badu Kobi has stolen a car from Germany and has sold it for $50,000," the Boiling Point host stated.
Kwakye further claimed that Badu Kobi had gone to the police station with another popular pastor to beg.
After making his allegations, the host blasted Badu Kobi who has been a regular critic of President Nana Akufo-Addo's government.
For Kwakye, Badu Kobi's criticisms of Akufo-Addo's government is all because of the fact that he is not getting freebies like he used to get under the previous government.
Meanwhile, Badu Kobi's contemporary, Reverend Isaac Owusu Bempah of the Glorious Word Power Ministry, has named Badu Kobi in an attempt by the NDC to bribe him.
According to Owusu Bempah, the NDC, through an associate of Badu Kobi, offered him the money in order to change his prophecy about the 2016 elections.
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