Super Rich Obofour and Wife Pose Like Villagers in the Streets of Donald Trump’s America – PHOTOS

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It’s alarming the number of Ghanaian celebs who travel outside just to pose in the streets and pose those photos online.

You would think there are better things to do than saunter in the streets like villagers but apparently, it has its appeal.

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Rev. Asanteman Obofour, one of the 2,000,000 fraudsters parading as pastors in Ghana, has taken a trip to the United States with his wife for a good time.

Photos shared by the wife on Instagram show the couple ‘chopping love’ in the streets of Trump’s good ol’ U.S of A.

The two are just wandering the streets taking photos.

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The photos are certainly romantic but for a trip to the U.S they should be thinking of something more exciting to do, yuck.

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Love is Sweet papa

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😍😍😍

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❤❤❤

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USA

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Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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