Obofour: Video pops showing expensive cars and properties he spends his money

Obofour: Video pops showing expensive cars and properties he spends his money

Reverend Obofour, the founder and leader of Anointed Palace Chapel, is known to one of the richest pastors in Ghana currently.

And he does not shy away from flaunting his wealth. Not a week passes without him being in the news for one show of affluence or another.

So flamboyant has Obofour been in recent times that many Ghanaians sometimes wonder where he gets his wealth from.

Obofour has often explained that he has businesses fetching him huge sums of money and does not depend on his church for survival.

We took it up to check Obofour's lavish lifestyle and how he spends his money.

Obofour is known to own luxury mansions across Ghana. Notable among his houses is the three million dollars rated Trassaco mansion he recently bought.

Apart from owning these houses, he owns a fleet of expensive cars which he recently displayed in a video.

A video sighted by YEN.com.gh indicates the fleet includes cars such as a Mitsuoka Galue, a Lamborghini Gallardo with an estimated cost of $250,000, a Karma Revero which also costs $135,000 and a Maserati Levante with a price tag about $100,000.

He also has a G-Wagon, a Chrysler Prowler, a Bently Continental which costs $200,000, a Rolls Royce Ghost costing $450,000 which he recently gave to his wife and a Rolls Royce Phantom estimated to be $600,000. The man of God also owns two Escalades

Apart from the expensive owns Obofour is known to giveaway cars on occasion. He has given out over 30 cars to his junior pastors, church members, and celebrities within the past two years.

Akyere Bruwaa, Wayoosi, Bro Sammy, Christiana Awuni, and Auntie B, are among the celebrities who have benefited from Oboufour's car giveaways.

He is also known to give handouts to church members and other needy persons including paying fines for convicts.

Subscribe to watch new videos

In essence, Obofour spends most of his cash on three main things which are plush mansions, expensive cars, and charity.

Source: YEN.com.gh

Online view pixel