These girls are very greedy- Opambour reacts to Serwaa Amihere’s leaked video

Prophet Ebenezer Adarkwa Yiadom, popularly known as Opambour has added his cent to the Serwaa Amihere- Henry Fitz saga.

The man of God spoke about the issue for the very first time whilst speaking on his television, Prophet 1 TV.

Opambour said he would never buy the story of Nana Aba Anamoah exchanging Sandra Ankobia for a fridge, saying that the story does not make sense.

The controversial man of God does not understand why a woman of Nana Aba’s caliber would not be able to buy a fridge for herself.

He added that people should stop saying that Nana Aba Anamoah is a bad influence on the young girls out there.

According to him, Nana Aba does not have time to put pressure on anyone, saying that girls these days are very greedy.

He claims greed on the part of ladies who emulate the media personality makes them indulge in irresponsible acts.

Prophet Ebenezer Adarkwa Yiadom, also known as Opambour, has weighed in on the ongoing Serwaa Amihere-Henry Fitz saga, offering his perspective on the matter for the first time during a broadcast on his television channel, Prophet 1 TV. Opambour expressed skepticism regarding the story involving Nana Aba Anamoah allegedly exchanging Sandra Ankobia for a fridge, dismissing it as implausible. He questioned why someone of Nana Aba’s stature would not be able to purchase a fridge for herself, suggesting that the narrative lacked credibility.

The controversial religious leader went on to defend Nana Aba Anamoah, refuting claims that she is a negative influence on young women. Opambour argued that Nana Aba does not exert pressure on others and criticized the greed he perceives in modern women who aspire to emulate her. He asserted that this greed drives individuals to engage in irresponsible behavior, rather than any influence from Nana Aba herself.

Opambour’s comments reflect his belief that individuals should take responsibility for their actions, rather than attributing blame to public figures like Nana Aba Anamoah. He cautioned against succumbing to materialism and urged young women to resist the temptation of pursuing wealth at the expense of their values.

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