Popular Ghanaian man of God, Rev. Obofour has added a brand new 2020 Rolls Royce to his fleet of cars.
Per our checks, this type of Roll Royce is worth N115million and aside from the price, the car was shipped to Ghana via air, which is quite different and very expensive than the normal delivery made by the sea.
According to reports, there are only 13 of the 2020 Rolls Royce and Rev. Obofour is a proud owner of one.
The founder and leader of the Anointed Palace Church is a well-known lover of luxurious cars as he has many of such cars at his disposal.
SAD: ‘How My Father Fingered Me Every Morning’— Lady Shares Her Painful Story
A lady has shared a gripping tale of how her own biological father inserted his fingers into her private part every morning.
The lady who was identified as Ama during a recent interview with Obaapa Esi Akyere on Radio 1 Akwaaba in Ghana said it became a routine every morning for the father to finger her at 5am to satisfy his lustful desires.
The lady who is now 25 years explained that this started happening after her mother left the country for sometime the act still continues although her mother is back.
“My father has been fingering me for the past five years now…this happened when my mother left the country…he forced me the first time…although my Mom is back home my father still continues the act.
One surprising thing is that my father come to my room every morning at 5am to finger me…I want to tell my mother but I’m afraid and ashamed of myself, I don’t really know what to do and it has been happening for the past 5 years and their only child”, she added.
19-Year-Old Yahoo Boy Sets Girlfriend Ablaze In Lagos
Operatives of Iba Police Station have arrested a 19-year-old boy, Orji Ifeanyichukwu for allegedly setting his 24-year-old girlfriend, Alabi Tolani ablaze because she had another lover.
DSP Bala Elkana, Lagos State Police Public Relations Officer, said this in a statement released to newsmen on Sunday.
Elkana said that the incident took place at G54, Army Post Service Housing Estate, Ojo, Lagos where they both lived in Ifeanyichukwu’s N600, 000 per annum apartment.
“Ifeanyichukwu met the victim on Feb. 28, through a hookup and she moved into his house in March.
“He has been into internet fraud popularly known as Yahoo boys for the past three years where he gets the proceeds for renting the apartment.
“They have since then, inhabited as lovers because her parents live apart,” the police spokesman said.
He said that Ifeanyichukwu brought Tolani into his house with conditions that she would quit prostitution and stick to him alone.
“However, trouble started on Thursday when the victim left home to fix her hair and did not return until the next day.
“She equally left the house on Friday under the guise of visiting her father but ended up seeing another man.
“Ifeanyichukwu got to know on Saturday when she returned by scrolling through her phone and saw her chats, video calls and pictures of herself naked which she sent to her client,” Elkana said.
He said that the suspect (Ifeanyichukwu) became angry and used the petrol he kept for his generator to set her ablaze.
“A team of detectives visited the scene and the victim has been taken to General Hospital, Igando where she was admitted but died in the early hours of Sunday.
“The Lagos State Commissioner of Police, Hakeem Odumosu has directed the immediate transfer of the case to Criminal Investigation Department Yaba.
“The suspect confessed to the commission of the crime and will be charged to court for murder,” Elkana said
Why We Are Against New Marriage Certificate Law – PFN
The Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN), has described the newly introduced marriage certificate law by the federal government as exploitative and an attempt to commercialize Christian marriages in the country.
Speaking through it’s National President, Rev. (Dr.) Felix Omobude, the PFN chided the Ministry of Interior for imposing what it called “anti-Christian law” on the church in Nigeria.
The federal government, had, through the Ministry of Interior recently announced a compulsory N30,000 licence charge for Christian worship centres for the conduct of statutory marriages in churches and N21,000 charge for each marriage certificate issued.
But Omobude in a statement he personally signed on Sunday in Benin, Edo state, said the new law is targeted at the church.
He added that the PFN would use all legitimate means to make the federal government rescind on the new marriage certificate law.
“This is very unfair and to the best of our understanding, the new law is targeted against the Church because the traditional and Islamic weddings are exempted from paying the new marriage certificate fees.
“PFN is at a loss as to why Church marriages should be in the exclusive list of the nation’s constitution.
“The PFN, therefore calls on the federal government to immediately shelve the unpopular policy targeted against Christian marriages in the country.
“If the Ministry of Interior is in dire need of funds, it should look elsewhere and resist the temptation of placing extra financial burden on the Christians and their churches,” Omobude said.