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Reverend Obofour Flaunts Customized ‘Snake Throne’ (Video)

Popular Ghanaian preacher, Reverend Obofour also known as Nii Addotey Gyata I has flaunted a ‘snake throne’ to symbolize and celebrate his installment as a chief.

Reverend Obofour
Reverend Obofour


Recall Obofour was enstooled as a chief by the Sempe Traditional Council for his contributions to developmental projects in the Greater Accra Region.

To show his authority as a chief, Reverend Obofour has acquired a new customized throne that looks like a snake.

Many will wonder why the man of God will get himself a snake like throne instead of a ‘lion’ to pay homage to his royal title name ( Nii Addotey Gyata I).

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In his post on Instagram, the founder and leader of the Anointed Palace Chapel could be seen sitting majestically in his new seat and jamming to a song from highlife veteran, Daddy Lumba.

Watch the video below:


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