- Reverend Opambour has surprised his wife with a brand new car in a new video
- After the car was presented to the woman of God, she was seen jumping around in excitement
- She was seen planting a kiss on the cheeks of her husband just to show her appreciation
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Well-known Ghanaian pastor, Prophet Ebenezer Adarkwa Yiadom popularly known as Opambour or Prophet 1 by many, has gifted his pretty wife a brand new car.
In a new video sighted by YEN.com.gh on Instagram, Prophet 1 was seen in the company of others readying themselves for the surprise presentation.
Wife of the man of God known as Mavis Opmabour but popularly referred to as Opambourwaa, was then called in and presented with the fresh car.
After being presented the car, Opambourwaa could not hold her joy as she was seen jumping around in excitement over her new car.
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She was spotted wearing a green dress as she jumped around with some people watching on.
It appeared the car was presented to the woman of God on the premises of her husband's church.
Some parts of the video saw the woman of God planting a kiss on the cheeks of her husband just to show how grateful she was for the car gift.
Medikal and Shatta Wale spotted eating fufu in huge 'asanka' after court hearings (video)
Meanwhile, Ghanaian musicians Medikal and Shatta Wale's newfound 'bromance' keeps getting more tight as the days go by following their constant company keeping.
In a new video sighted by YEN.com.gh on Instagram, the duo was seen enjoying heavy fufu and light soup with assorted accompaniments.
They had visited a popular eatery in East Legon known as The Tree Under to enjoy homemade fufu with soup.
The two award-winning musicians were spotted eating together in a huge earthenware bowl known locally as 'asanka'.
They were in the company of some friends and members of their management teams as they enjoyed the Ghanaian meal.
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