Rev Obofour celebrates wife Queen Ciara’s birthday in a lavish ceremony

Rev ‘Asanteman’ Obofour organized a lavish ceremony to celebrate the birthday of his wife, Queen Ciara which saw some of the Kumawood star attending,Ghpage.com can state.

In a video, GHPAGE.com got, the controversial man of God was throwing money on the wife while she walks her way to the podium.

Also, when he and his wife were approaching the Church’s premises, you could hear some of his entourage chanting his popular catchphrase coined from Stonebwoy’s song “say it o, say it, say it”.

Some of the Kumawood stars identified were actor Wayoosi, Salinko, Auntie Bee among other known faces.

Rev Obofour with his wife Queen Ciara

After Obofour welcomed his wife and those who were present at the party, the ceremony continued as he could be seen throwing money on his daughter.

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He then proceeded to throw more money on the traditional dancers who were dancing in front of the pulpit.

Watch the video below;

If there is something like the pastor of the moment, then it is Rev Obofour, the founder, and leader of the Anointed Palace chapel.

He seemed to have studied the terrain too well and perhaps knew what to do to outdo his rival and competitor, Angel Obinim — which he continues to do to be the center of attention and the talk of the town.

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From the singing of Shatta Wale songs in his church and declaring him as the gospel minister to that of Ebony Reigns’ obviously made him one of the most controversial pastors of our time—of course still competing with Obinim for the ultimate title.

Rev. Obofour is known to be a protégé of the Kumasi-based man of God, Ebenezer Adarkwa Yiadom.

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One thing he is also noted for is ‘arresting’ and exposing witches which he parades them in front of his altar to sort of deliver them from their

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