- Some alleged students of St Monica's College of Education have spoken after a viral video
- According to the student, the Reverend Father was fond of kissing students
- The student added that the preacher had a way of implying suggestive actions with his words and phrases
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Some alleged students of St Monica's College of Education have heaped more coals of fire on the head of the 'Kissing Reverend Father' who has since gone viral online.
In a new screenshot sighted by YEN.com.gh on the Instagram page of Ghanaian blogger Zionfelix, an anonymous figure believed to be a student of St Monica's opened up more on the matter.
According to the person, the Reverend Father was noted for such antics.
The person presumed to be a lady added that the priest kissed the ladies after he said they were the 3 best students of the year group.
The message went on to allege that the reverend always asked ladies to come to his office and would request that they kiss him.
There was another claim that the said priest asked one mass server to sit on his laps which she refused - an action that allegedly got the preacher angry.
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Another point of interest that was mentioned in the message had it that the priest was noted for using suggestive language hidden in plain sight during church service.
The lady said among many other words, the lady making the claims said the priest was fond of saying "medi wo dwuma".
An Anglican priest went viral yesterday, August 16, after he was spotted in a video kissing some 3 ladies while standing behind the pulpit.
The video appeared to have been recorded by a student who posted it online and it went haywire attracting backlash and stirring debate.
Speaking about preachers, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that multiple award-winning Ghanaian gospel musician and pastor, Sonnie Badu has disclosed the reason he does not reveal the faces of his kids in their online family photos.
While speaking in an interview with popular Kumawood actor, Kwaku Manu, Sonnie Badu stated that he believes in spiritual attacks and he does not want his children to be attacked spiritually.
He added that the kids could be susceptible to attacks as their identity and faces on social media will expose them to a barrage of attacks.