Husband of celebrated gospel musician Ohemaa Mercy has debunked allegations that Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi attempted to kill Ohemaa Mercy.
This follows an audio from of an unidentified supposed man of God circulating on social media that the founder of the Glorious Way Church International attempted to use the ‘Wobeye Kese’ crooner for rituals after giving her a car some years ago.
According to the unidentified man, Prophet Kobi gave Ohemaa Mercy a car which was a spiritual death trap for the singer. He said Ohemaa Mercy would have crushed that car and died if an unknown Prophet hadn’t intervened and disclosed to her the supposed real intention of Prophet Kobi’s gift.
The man further claimed the supposed prophet after telling Ohemaa Mercy that the car was a death trap, went ahead to direct her to sell it and send the money to Prophet Badu Kobi.
He added that Prophet Kobi refused to take the money from Ohemaa Mercy – confirming the prophecy was true.
On Tuesday, May 29, in a telephone interview on Happy FM‘s Nsem Pii show with Pastor Nyansa Boakwa, husband of the singer Mr. Ike Twum-Ampofo, who spoke on her behalf, rubbished all allegations against the man of God.
“Yes he gave us a car but apart from Mawuena Trebarh and her husband no one else can say they saw the car that was given to us,” he confirmed on Happy FM.
“He gave us the car around the same time we had returned from abroad where we had already gotten another gift of car, so we didn’t have the need for another car.”
“We then decided to sell the car from Papa Kobi. He had already given us all the documents to the car. Even so we still informed him before selling the car.”
“We did not send the money from the sale of the car to Papa Kobi.”
“There was no prophecy about the car, like I said earlier, only two people knew we had gotten a car gift from Papa Kobi.”
Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi is the general overseer and founder of the Glorious Way Church International.
By: Susan Amoako Agyemang
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