The founder and leader of Anointed Palace Chapel, Reverend Obofour, has finally spoken to claims by a man that he and one other pastor, Chris Asante aka Abruku Abruka hired him to fake a deliverance in church.
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According to Obofour, the claims that he faked the 'wee' deliverance are false and an orchestration by Nana Agradaa to tarnish his hard-won reputation.
Ghanaians woke up to the video of a man who identifies himself as Razak Lomotey. In the video, he claimed to have been hired to smoke weed in the church during a deliverance service.
According to Lomotey, Abruku Abruka who recently hosted Obofour in his church hired him to bring marijuana to the church and follow any instructions Obofour would give.
In a video recorded from Nana Agradaa's Thunder TV, Razak Lomotey indicated Abruku Abruka promised to take care of him but after fulfilling his part of the agreement, he has not received anything.
Happening to be the same person who was asked by Obofour to smoke in the church before getting delivered from his 'wee' addiction, many have believed the guy's claims.
But in a swift reply, the controversial 'man of God' insisted that he has never paid anyone to lie about anything or act for him.
In a video of his own, Obofour released a purported audio recording of a call between Nana Agradaa and his accuser in which Agradaa asked the guy to lie on Obofour.
In the leaked audio, Nana Agradaa in a conversation with the guy could be heard telling him to lie against Obofour about the 'wee' deliverance that happened at Abruku Abruka’s church for a gift of GHC20,000.
Sounding angry, Obofour warned that he will not take such lies and fabrications going forward.
Meanwhile, Obofour has reportedly landed himself in trouble with the police over the video of him asking a man to smoke marijuana in church.
According to a report YEN.com.gh sighted on Graphic.com.gh, the Accra Regional Police Command invited Obofour following a directive by the Inspector General of Police (IGP), Mr James Oppong-Boanuh.
Obofour, the report added, told the police that he was in the spiritual realm when he asked a member of a church to smoke the substance.
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