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I never attacked Adomako Baafi -Prophet Badu Kobi

The Head pastor and general overseer of Glorious Wave Chapel, Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi has denied attaching NPP’s Adomako Baafi.

In a telephone conversation today with Emmanuel Quarshie (Hitman) on Ahotor FM’s Morning show explained that he has not attached any one.

Prophet Badu Kobi further stated that the allegations leveled against him is untrue and will take legal action against the NPP man for questioning his calling as a Prophet

“I will drag that man to court and prove to him that indeed I don’t come from God. I am a Ghanaian and have every right to talk about the President and so Adomako and his men cannot stop me,” he said.

He further stated that his encounter with Adomako Baafi was brief and he was accompanied by his associate pastor and not macho men as purported.

Yaw Adomako Baafi had stated in a radio discussion that the motive for this attack was after he replied Prophet Badu Kobi for accusing the Akufo-Addo led government of deliberately collapsing UT and Capital banks for GBC to take over.

Prophet Badu Kobi is claimed to have said Nana Akufo-Addo’s presidency is not ordained by God hence the numerous challenges bedeviling the country.

But the comments from the man of God which did not go down well for Mr Adomako Barfi who also questioned his calling as a prophet.

However three months after their confrontations, Yaw Adomako Barfi said he has known no peace.

He explained that Prophet Badu Kobi has been sending him text messages threatening his life.

The incident between them, the NPP man said is so serious his [Kobi] Spiritual Father, Prophet Owusu Bempah had to intervene.|Ghana

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