Rev Obofour- Only Poverty Driven Ghanaians And Pastors Will Condemn Me For Making Money

Born Kwaku Agyei Antwi, the Founder and Leader of Anointed Palace Church (APC) Rev Obofour has called out his colleague men of God and a section of Ghanaians who constantly condemn him over his lavish lifestyle and spending.

According to the controversial clergyman, some of his colleague pastors and some Ghanaians have accused him of using the name of God to exploit the poor and less privileged who attend his church.

But speaking at the launch of  Ash Town Home Coming, Rev Obofour emphatically stated that only fools and poverty-stricken individuals will criticize him of his wealth and argue that it is not from God.

“Some people will say I (Rev Obofour) am not from God and my wealth is also not from God. Tell them they are fools. I don’t understand why some people especially Pastors think God cannot make someone rich in this world,” Rev Obofour said.

“It is not by force to be poor as a man of God. I wonder why some people believe only pastors and prophets who are poor are from God. Why do you have to hate me because I’m a pastor and I have money?”

“Some of us know how to make money and we don’t care about what people will say about us. You can choose to be poor as a man of God, we don’t have time to talk about you but if you waste your time to talk about us for making money then you are a fool,” he said.

Speaking at the event grounds, Rev Obofour urged the youth to keep a positive mindset on money-making and not concentrate on what people say just because of the area in which they come from.

“Tell yourself you can make it in life and make your family proud. Some people knew Ash Town, Krofrom, Denkyemso and other places as areas of criminals but let people know you as a rich guy from these areas. Forget about what people will say about you,” he stressed.

By Kwesi Appiah

Appiah Kwesi Anokye Dennis Jnr, professionally known as Kwesi Appiah is a Ghanaian celebrity blogger and writer.

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