After going on tv to beg for mercy from Kennedy Agyapong, it seems Rev Obofour’s gesture did not really work after he received a strong warning from the MP.
During a recent appearance on Net 2 TV’s ‘The Seat’, Agyapong threw out a hot warning to two beefing ‘priests’ – Rev Obofour and Nana Agradaa – warning either of them to take his name out of whatever beef they have going on.
According to Agyapong, if they don’t stop talking about him in their beef he’s going to be forced to turn his bazooka guns on them.
“I am warning Agradaa and Obofour; nobody should use my name anywhere. If you have your fight, go ahead and fight,” he said on Net 2.
“If you have your evidence, take it to court or the police and deal with it. I am not a small boy; I only want the truth and wouldn’t want anyone to ride on my back [for their feud],” he warned.
Agyapong’s warning comes after Rev Obofour held an entire ‘state of the nation address’ to worship him and beg that he leaves him out of his attacks.
Obofour said he considers Kennedy a mentor and a man blessed by God and he will never attack him in this life or the next.
It seems his begging did not touch Agyapong one bit and Obofour must tread carefully if he doesn’t want to become the next rat in the MP’s tough trap.