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Kennedy Agyapong strikes: Says he would tear down Badu Kobi’s church

The Member of Parliament (MP) for Assin Central, Kennedy Ohene Agyapong, has vowed to tear down the church building of embattled founder of the Glorious Wave Church International at Sakumono.

According to him, the likes of Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi is just known for amassing wealth at the expense of the poor women who were always crowded in his church in search of miracles. He made this known in while speaking on Accra-based NET 2 TV.

“I will march women to the place and breakdown the church. There is nothing that can stop me from going after this foolish man who claims he is a Man of God,” he said.

Mr Agyapong added that if Ghanaian women don’t demonstrate against the man of God, he would lose a lot of respect for them. “His comments were borne out of foolishness and not research. What is his level of education to conduct such a research?,” he quizzed.

YEN.com.gh earlier reported that some market women in Kumasi responded to the demeaning comment passed by the man of God, Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi of the Glorious Wave Ministry. According to the aggrieved market women, the comment passed by Badu Kobi was unfortunate and derogatory. Simply put, it undermined the womanhood of Ashanti virtuous women, they claimed. In the voice of the angry market women captured in an interview, they’ve vowed to summon Prophet Kobi before the king of the Asante kingdom, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II.

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