- Obofour's wife, Ciara Antwi, safely delivered three new babies four months ago
- Following the delivery, Ciara and her husband are naming their new porn babies
- Obofowaa, as she is affectionately called does not look like a mother of five as she flaunts her flat tummy
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The wife of the leader and founder of the Anointed Palace Chapel (APC), Mrs, Ciara Antwi also known as Obofowaa has been spotted looking all curvy and pretty.
In a video sighted on Zionfelix.com, during the naming ceremony of her triplets, she looked pretty, as she flaunted her flat tummy.
In the video, she does not look like one who has ever put to bed.
The naming ceremony took place at their plush Trasaaco mansion of Reverend Obofuor.
YEN.com.gh first broke the news of Obofowaa being heavily pregnant in February.
True to our report, Obofour's wife took to social media on Thursday, May 7, 2020, to subtly announce a safe delivery while sharing a baby bump photo.
Even though Ciara herself did not specifically mention the number of babies she got from the delivery, people close to her gave snippets of information.
According to a friend to Obofour's wife, Ayisha Modi, the first lady of Anointed Palace Chapel delivered a set of triplets.
The triplets, YEN.com.gh understands, are made up of two boys and one girl.
Ciara and Obofour already have two children, a girl called Lawrensa and a boy called Junior. While Lawrensa is six years old, Junior is two years old.
In other news, Medikal’s wife, Fella Makafui, has been given a police escort in a new video she shared on Instastories.
Fella was seen driving in one of her luxurious cars while enjoying her husband’s new song La Hustle.
She captioned the video: “La Hustle oo, La police escort oo”.
By her caption, Fella indicated that it is good for one to work hard to get money in order to enjoy luxuries like a police escort.
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