Prophet Badu Kobi Needs to Be Taught Some Sense – Samini Responds to Prophet’s Ethnocentric Comments About Ashanti and Fante Women

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Ghanaian music legend Samini has responded to the ethnocentric comments passed by Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi, Ghanaian preacher and founder and leader of the Glorious Wave Ministry.

According to Samini, the comments passed by the preacher are unfortunate and he needs to be ‘taught some sense’.

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Prophet Kobi has been trending for days now over comments he passed about ladies from certain tribes and why men should not marry them.

He claimed Ashanti women are troublesome, Fante women are foolish and that men should stay away from marrying them.

Responding to the wildly criticized comments, Samini said the preacher should not have made them.

“That’s his opinion and freedom of speech now has become easy because of social media. But excuse me to say, it’s an unfortunate statement, he didn’t speak well.

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“…It’s not his place to show which tribe one should marry from and which tribe one should not marry from. How does he read the bible and where is he leading us to? If something comes up in your mind, he should at least discuss it with his immediate people, so that, he would be taught some sense,” Samini told SVTV Africa in an interview.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com

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