Video: Ghanaian Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi Talks About His Wealth

Founder and leader of Glorious Wave Church International, Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi has indicated that his wealth cannot be measured due to the blessing of God upon his life.

Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi

Speaking in an interview with TV hostess Deloris Frimpong Manso, the Man of God indicated that he owned many houses and cars. He said some of his houses were located in Trassaco.

He added that he did not have a net worth even though he doubled as a businessman. He revealed his dream of owning 3 private jets and having one on his church premises at his disposal.

The Man of God said he started his church with about 55 members but boasts of about 1000 members now. The prophet is noted for his benevolence and heart of gold.

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He indicated that he had given out some 202 cars to some people in the country. He however said that giving out cars was done according to the instructions he received from God.

He indicated that at one point in his ministry, he was gifted 8 cars in one night by a church member. He added that he had also received a house with Jacuzzi fitted in it as a gift.

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The Man of God however made some startling revelations during the interview. He said that cocaine and lottery were not bad. Speaking on cocaine, the man of God indicated that cocaine was created by God but its use was deemed illegal due to the laws on drugs governing countries.

He indicated that a poor man was one who had not yet transformed his way of thinking. He continued to say that some gospel artistes in the country were ungrateful because of some experiences he had had with some of them. He however did not mention any names or recount any of such encounters that merited his claims of ungratefulness.



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