Prophet Manasseh opens up about how about Rev. Obofour plotted to take over another pastor's church

Prophet Manasseh opens up about how about Rev. Obofour plotted to take over another pastor's church

- Prophet Manasseh has alleged that Rev. Obofour is a fake man of God

- Manasseh, one of the ‘reformed’ men of God who have sworn to expose other ‘fake' pastors in the country

- He alleged that Rev. Obofour had sent two men to place a corpse in another pastor’s church so he can take over his position.

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Prophet Manasseh Kwabena Boateng, a popular man of God has alleged that just like Bishop Obinim, Rev. Obofour is a 'fake' pastor.

Prophet Manasseh one of the ‘reformed’ men of God who have sworn to expose other ‘fake' pastors in the country.

In an interview on NET 2 and monitored by YEN.com.gh, Prophet Manasseh recalled how Rev. Obofour had sent two men to place a corpse in another pastor’s church so he can take over his position.

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According to Manasseh, Rev Obofour was threatened by the progress of the said pastor who is known as Gabriel Adu Baffuor and also owns a church in Kumasi.

He said the alleged incident happened nine years ago and no one knew who was behind how the corpse ended up at church premises until but he can confirm that it was Rev. Obofour who was the mastermind behind that act.

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YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Popular Kumawood actress Matilda Asare has got social media talking after photos of her son and herself went viral.

Matilda Asare was seen holding her son closely as they posed for the camera.

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In the photo sighted YEN.com.gh, Matilda Asare was seen in an orange dress with an orange fascinator to match.

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