- Ghanaian preacher, Reverend Obofour, has posed on a customised snake chair in a video on social media
- The founder of Anointed Palace Chapel (APC) sat on the gold-plated chair with a head of a giant cobra with its mouth wide open
- The rare video has sparked varied views from social media users as some expressed shock and others said there's nothing sinister about the clip
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Ghanaian preacher Kwaku Adjei Antwi, famed as Reverend Obofour, has posed on a customised snake chair in a video making the rounds on social media.
The founder of Anointed Palace Chapel (APC) sat on the gold-plated chair with the head of a giant cobra with the mouth wide open.
The TikTok video of the clergyman, which has since sparked conversations on social media after it emerged, was published by his wife, Queen Ciara.
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The preacher's wife did not disclose the owner of the piece, which her husband was spotted sitting comfortably on.
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Scores of people across different social media platforms have shared varied views about the clip. Some argued that there was nothing wrong with the seat, while others shared different opinions.
Read some of the selected comments below:
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''It’s nothing to be scared of, ok.''
''Eiiiii, me yam koraa ahye me.''
Urqueengh simple said:
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Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported that 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.
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