Dr Lawrence Tetteh spotted in video jamming to Shatta Wale's My Level with top pastor's wife

Dr Lawrence Tetteh spotted in video jamming to Shatta Wale's My Level with top pastor's wife

- Rev Dr Lawrence Tetteh has been spotted in a video dancing to a Shatta Wale song

- He was jamming to the song with the wife of Rev Ismaila, one of the pastor's of ICGC

- Rev Dr Lawrence Tetteh was one of the many guests at the renewal of vows and 50th birthday celebration of Rev Ismaila

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Renowned Ghanaian man of God and evangelist, Rev Dr Lawrence Tetteh, has been spotted in a new video heartily dancing to one of Shatta Wale's hit song, My Level.

In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh on the Instagram page of Zionfelix, the popular man of God was seen on the dancefloor with ICGC's East Legon branch head pastor, Rev Ismaila Awudu and his wife.

The video showed Dr Lawrence Tetteh showing off some classy dance moves for some time till the man of the moment joined in.

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Dr Lawrence Tetteh spotted in video jamming to Shatta Wale's My Level with top pastor's wife

Dr Lawrence Tetteh. Source: Instagram
Source: UGC

While they danced, Dr. Lawrence Tetteh was seen giving his phone to someone to capture the moment for him.

Rev Ismaila Awudu was seen singing Shatta Wale's song as he also showed off his smooth dance skills.

The said video was captured during the 50th birthday celebration of Rev Ismaila Awudu.

The ICGC East Legon branch head pastor and his pretty wife also renewed their wedding vows on that same day.

In what turned out to be a star-studded ceremony, the likes Rev Dr Mensa Otabil, Rev Stephen Wengham, Stacy Amoateng, Empress Gifty, Mama Zimbi, Tagoe Sisters and award-winning singer Joe Mettle were in attendance.

The all-white ceremony saw the hosts dressed in regal attire and hosted their guests to a night of good music, food, and a lot of merrymaking.

In other news about a man of God, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that information trickling in has it that all branches of Obinim’s International Godsway Church International have been closed down.

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The closure of the church, according to the information, is because the church has flouted the COVID-19 rules spelled out to worshippers.

The church members, including the leaders, are said to be holding services without observing the COVID-19 protocols, including the wearing of face mask, washing of hands, and social distancing.

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