- Kennedy Agyapong has accused Cecilia Marfo of killing a five-year-old boy
- He said the boy was ill and taken to Marfo’s church to heal her
- Agyapong is currently on a mission to expose Cecilia Marfo after doing same to Obinim
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The Member of Parliament for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong, has accused Prophetess Cecilia Marfo of killing a five-year-old boy.
He said the boy took ill and was taken to Marfo’s church for healing, however, she looked on for the boy to die.
Agyapong made these claims on his Net2 TV according to a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Ghanacelebrities.com.
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He emphasised that Marfo should be arrested for the part she played in the role of the boy’s death.
According to Agyapong, Marfo uses juju for her church but claims to be a woman of God.
He had earlier accused her of spitting in the mouths of her church members during deliverance service.
However, Marfo fired back at Agyapong, saying that everything she does comes through direction from God.
Therefore, it is senseless for Agyapong to attack her.
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The MP has been on a mission to expose those he calls fake Ghanaian pastors.
He accused Obinim of sleeping with many girls.
Agyapong went ahead to release the photos and identities of 13 women he claimed Obinim was sleeping with.
The alleged women included actress Benedicta Gafah, and the wife of Osebo, Nana Aba Anamoah’s baby daddy.
Agyapong has also dropped the list of four prophets whom he said had called to beg him not to expose them.
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