- Well-known clergyman and prophet, Reverend Obofour, has encouraged pastors to divorce wives who wear jeans to bed
- The Ghanaian preacher also urged wives to separate from pastors who deny them bedroom romance
- Reverend Obofour was speaking to his junior pastors in a recent video
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Ghanaian evangelist and prophet, Reverend Obofour, has urged people, especially pastors, to divorce wives if they become a torn in their flesh.
Speaking to his junior pastors recently, the head pastor of the Anointed Palace Chapel opined that some wives of pastors deliberately cause inconveniences in their marriage and threaten to go public with it to prevent their partners from taking action.
The controversial preacher urged his pastors to permit their wives to send the issue to the radio since it would end because they would stop discussing it after some time.
Reverend Obofour did not mince words when he advised fellow men of God to separate from spouses who wear jeans to bed. He also urged wives to divorce their husbands who refused them bedroom pleasures over reasons that they are in the spirit.
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He opined that ministers who don't lay down with their spouses are criminals as he urged their wives to divorce them.
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Ghanaian Pastor Claims He's Been to Heaven
Meanwhile, A Ghanaian man, who is said to be a preacher has claimed that he has been to heaven not less than four times.
During an interview in the studio of Kumasi-based Akoma FM, the 'man of God' confidently stated that he had been to heaven on four occasions.
He was responding to a question from the host who asked if he had been to heaven, to which he answered in the affirmative, stressing that he had visited the abode of God four times.
Nigel Gaisie Makes Wild Claims
Also. the founder and leader of Prophetic Hill Chapel International, Prophet Nigel Gaisie, has listed 10 things he considers a failure if not achieved at a certain age or in life.
In the long list of claims seen on his Facebook account, he says a person still staying with their parents or family compound at age 35 is a failure.
The Ghanaian preacher also stated that ''you’re a colossal failure if you still believe life begins at 40,'' explaining that youngsters around the world are taking over.
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