- Prophet Elisha Salifu Amoako, the spiritual father of Sylvester Ofori, has spoken regarding the infamous story trending on social media
- According to Prophet Amoako, the incident in which Ps Sylvester who resides in Orlando, shot his wife was a calculated witchcraft against him
- The Ghanaian prophet cited an event that happened when the late Mrs Barbara Ofori was less than four years and some rituals were performed to heal her from an ailment
The spiritual father of Pastor Sylvester Ofori, the Ghanaian Christian leader who shot his wife at Orlando in the United States, has finally spoken regarding the incident.
Prophet Elisha Salifu Amoako, who is the Founder and General Overseer of Alive Chapel International in Ghana, made these declarations in a video sighted by YEN.com.gh.
The Ghanaian prophet indicated that he saw this unfortunate incident coming and warned pastor Sylvester Ofori regarding the fact that he might take his wife's life.
Watch the full video below:
According to Prophet Elisha Salifu, the entire event was a calculated witchcraft attack on the innocent man of God he describes as humble, obedient and down-to-earth.
“I spoke to them. I went to him on a different day and told him he should be careful otherwise, he will kill his wife. Whatever has happened was caused by a spirit that is haunting the gentleman.”
Sylvester Ofori's spiritual father also mentioned that when his late wife, Mrs Barbara Ofori was less than four years old, she suffered a disease that nobody could find a solution to until a ritual was performed.
He implied that this was the genesis of their problems that only materialized in the physical realm recently as evil spirits had been following Ps Sylvester in his marriage.
Meanwhile, the beautiful wedding ceremony that was held between Sylvester Ofori, the Ghanaian pastor who shot his wife to death in the United States, has surfaced online.
Sighted by YEN.com.gh on the Twitter handle of @KabuteyMensah, the video captured all the stunning and most cherished moments between Sylvester Ofori and Barbara Tommey.
Everyone was so joyful and one could see on the faces of the bride and groom that they were looking forward to a blissful marriage that would last a lifetime.
VGMA21 full performances | #Yencomgh
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