Watch Video: Rev Obofour’s Sakawa Money Exposed Big Time

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A Ghanaian vlogger by the name Ekuonaba has revealed a hidden secret behind the wealth of Rev Obofour with a video of the man of God spraying money on the ground for others to pick at the naming ceremony of his triplets which took place inside his mansion in East Legon.

According to the vlogger, Rev Obofour is not a servant sent by God but he is on his mission for his own personal gains

Ekuonaba compared Rev Obofour’s wealth to that of Dr. Osei Kwame Despite revealing that Despite’s money is hard-earned money because he has never been seen throwing money on the ground for others to pick and that of Rev Obofour is from his church members and other sacrifices he makes.

Rev Obofour’s Sakawa Money Exposed Big Time
Rev Obofour’s Sakawa Money Exposed Big Time

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From Ekuonaba’s observation during the moment the man of God was spraying money, he pointed to a man who happened to be Rev. Obofour’s security man, who was also spotted taking money from the ground among other victors who were present at the christening of his triplets which was held inside his mansion.

From the footage, Rev Obofour after he noticed that his security man had joined the crowd in fighting for some of the money he blew in the air, he quickly approached his security man and commanded him to throw the money back on the ground and he did as he was instructed.

It could also be clearly seen in the video that Rev Obofour’s close friends and family did not join the outsiders who were battling for the money that Obofour was spraying on the ground.

Ekuonaba has disclosed more secrets about why certain people are allowed to pick up money from Rev Obofour, while some of them are not allowed to take part in his exposure video.

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