Richman Obofour ‘Makes it Rain’ Cash At A Wedding Whilst Cruising In His New Rolls Royce – Aren’t These the Kind of People Jesus Allegedly Sacked from the Temple? – Watch the VIDEO

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We have to ask ourselves where we went wrong as a society when our pastors are acting like rock stars more than our rock stars themselves.

Barely a few days after importing a million dollar Rolls Royce, Rev Asanteman Obofour of the Anointed Palace Chapel attended a funeral in Kumasi, and made it rain money.

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A video on social media shows Obofour riding in his new ride and spraying cash as he drives slowly along.

He was reportedly at a wedding in Kumasi over the weekend when he carried out the act.

Christianity in Ghana has been turned into a commercial activity which makes money for its practitioners – just like politics- whilst screwing over the ordinary people who are unable to find themselves at the top.

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Jesus was infamously against the rich and always preached that they would find difficulty entering heaven, not to mention when he kicked out some degenerates for trying to make money in the church.

Pastors of today make all the money they want whilst their congregations remain poor, and ironically the congregation see nothing wrong with it.

So this state of affairs is going to continue for a long time until people decide to wise up.

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