- Rev Obofour has been sighted in a new video cruising around town in a plush car
- The popular man of God was being hailed by people as they spotted him
- Rev Obofour is one of the few men of God in the country who flaunts his wealth all over social media
The founder and leader of Anointed Palace Chapel (APC), Francis Antwi, popularly known as Reverend Obofour, has been spotted in town driving a very expensive car.
The video showed the popular televangelist on his way to a funeral as his black clothes suggested and was seen in a convoy.
Rev Obofour was the one leading the convoy and stopped in the middle of the road to exchange pleasantries with some people.
While at it, many people who noticed that it was Rev Obofour, drew close to the vehicle and started capturing the moment on their phones.
The founder and leader of Anointed Palace Chapel then decided to show off some more and put his dancing skills on display to the admiration of all those gathered there.
Rev Obofour stood on the seats in the car and took some dance steps as he moved to the beat being played by what sounded like a brass band.
The people around were seen and heard cheering on the man of God who was sporting bushy hair and beard while complimenting his look with some sunglasses.
In other news related to the pastor, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that the founder and leader of Anointed Palace Chapel (APC) has shown the faces of his triplets for the first time in a photo.
The popular pastor was seen seated in his plush hall as he posed with his triplets all laying on his laps.
In the recent photo of the babies, Reverend Obofour was seen wearing a white Kaftan and Agbada and looked kingly as he posed in his plush living room.
The photo that was sighted by YEN.com.gh on social media was posted on the Instagram page of the popular preacher's wife's profile.
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Source: Yen Newspaper