- Assin Central MP Ken Agyapong has levelled some serious allegations against Prophet Badu Kobi of Glorius Wave Chapel
- In a new video, the Assin Central MP described Badu Kobi as a murderer and a criminal
- According to Ken Agyapong, Badu got rid of a woman after he slept with her because she revealed what happened between them to other people
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Assin Central MP, Kennedy Ohene Agyapong, has dropped new accusations on the founder of Glorious Wave Chapel International Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi.
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In his latest video, Ken Agaypong has claimed that Badu Kobi is not a 'man of God' but an idol worshipper who uses evil powers and means to destroy people.
The controversial MP also described Badu Kobi as a murderer who has gotten rid of many people either because they challenged him or crossed his path.
Speaking on his NET2 TV, Ken Agyapong indicated that one of such people cruelly killed by Badu Kobi was a woman he [Kobi] was having an affair with.
According to Agyapong, Badu Kobi once took the said woman to a hotel and slept with her after which he used his handkerchief to wipe the fluid.
After wiping the fluid, the woman asked for the handkerchief so she could wash but Badu Kobi refused leading to struggle between the two.
Before the woman left, Ken Agyapong continued, Badu Kobi warned her not to disclose whatever had transpired to anyone but she did not heed to the warning.
Less than one week after disclosing the incident to someone else, the woman reportedly died under mysterious circumstances.
Ken Agyapong thus asked about the whereabouts of the said woman and dared Badu Kobi to come and challenge him.
Ken Agyapong has been on a warpath with Badu Kobi in the past few days over the latter's constant criticisms and insults on President Nana Akufo-Addo.
He had earlier accused Badu Kobi of dealing in stolen cars and not paying duties for the cars.
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