- Reverend Obofour's wife, Ciara Antwi, has safely delivered a set of triplets
- Obofowaa, as she is affectionately called, announced her safe delivery with beautiful baby bump photos
- After her announcement, Obofour's wife has been spotted singing praises to God in a new video
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There is joy in the household of Reverend Obofour, the founder and leader of Anointed Palace Chapel following his wife, Ciara Antwi's, safe delivery.
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And Ciara could not hide her excitement in a video of her that has popped up after the news went viral.
As earlier reported by YEN.om.gh, Obofour's wife, Ciara Antwi aka Obofowaa, took to Instagram to announce that she had given birth and shared baby a bump photo.
While she did not give a lot of details, a close friend to the family, Ayisha Modi, later divulged that Obofowaa had delivered a set of triplets, two boys and a girl.
In what is her first video after the news of her delivery, Obofour's wife has been spotted singing praises to God for her safe delivery.
The video has Obofowaa wearing what looked like a scrub for nurses. Looking exhausted, Obofour's wife sang the popular Twi gospel tune, Medofo Kese.
After singing for some time, Mrs Obofour thanked God for all the goodness and mercy He has been showing the Obofour family.
She ended the video by singing another popular Twi gospel song, Anofafa.
Before the triplets, Ciara and Obofour already had two children, a girl called Lawrensa and a boy called Junior. While Lawrensa is six years old, Junior is two years old.
Meanwhile, Obofour's wife recently stunned social media after she shared throwback photos online.
The throwback photos which showed Mrs Obofour during her teenage years were shared as motivation for her followers on social media.
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