Rev. Obofour shows ‘rare love’ to woman with ‘strange swollen legs’ [Video]

Rev. Obofour shows ‘rare love’ to woman with ‘strange swollen legs’ [Video]

Controversial Head Pastor of the Anointed Palace Chapel, popularly known as Rev. Obofuor, has offered help to a woman who has  strange swollen leg disease.

In a viral video, a young woman with swollen legs, together with her husband and two children were seen in Obofuor’s church to seek healing for her sickness.

The husband of the lady told Obofour how family and friends have neglected his wife because of her condition.

According to the man, his wife was already in that state before he married her.

Touched by the story, Rev. Obofour offered to help the 25-year old even if he has to spend all he has to fly her outside for surgery.

“I’ll reward you handsomely for marrying this woman in her state,” he told the husband, who said people insult and mock him for deciding to marry such a woman.

“I will ask God that if there is anything I can do to heal her, I will. If there is any surgery that we need to fly her out of the country, I will provide financial support for that,” he added.

In the meantime, the pastor presented them with 10 bags of rice, bottles of cooking oil and canned tomatoes, and an amount of 250 Euros and Ghc100 to cater for their transportation to Dansoman for the meantime.

Apart from these, he asked the young man, who’s a mason and has managed to put up a single room, to find out how much a plot of land costs, and how much it will cost him to also enroll in a driving school so he gets him a car.

He then promised to take care of the two children.

Rev Obofour

This is not the first time the pastor has been engaged in such a kind gesture.

A few months ago he gifted brand new cars to some hardworking members of his church.

Ghanaian showbiz personalities including Wayoosi and Mercy Asiedu benefited from the cars.

By: Kwame Dadzie/citinewsroom.com/Ghana

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