- Obofour has been invited by the police over the viral video of him asking a man to smoke 'wee' in church
- The IGP James Oppong-Boanuh asked for Obofour to be invited and questioned about the video
- This follows a lot of public reactions which have greeted Obofour's video
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The founder of Anointed Chapel Palace International, Reverend Obofour has landed himself in trouble with the police over a 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.
YEN.com.gh understands Obofour claimed to have been directed by the Holy Spirit and that he did not see the young man smoke the substance in the church.
It will be recalled that Obofour, in a bid to deliver an alleged marijuana addict asked the man to smoke during church service.
A video of the said deliverance which came up online went viral and generated public discussions. Being an illegal substance, many people wondered why the smoker and Obofour had not been arrested.
The police on Thursday, October 31, 2019, acted and invited Obofour over the matter.
Meanwhile, Razak Lomotey, the man who was supposedly delivered has stated that he was hired to smoke weed in church for a deliverance service.
According to Lomotey, Abruku Abruka who 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.
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