Prophet Kofi Oduro

“You Don’t Like Coming To Church So I Will Preach You At Funerals” – Prophet Kofi Oduro

Prophet Kofi Oduro, a controversial Ghanaian religious leader, has sparked a heated debate online with a recent statement he made during a sermon at a funeral.

The man of God’s comments has caused a buzz on social media platforms, with many people expressing a mix of amusement and outrage.

During his sermon, Prophet Kofi Oduro aimed at Christians who chose not to attend church, admonishing them for their lack of commitment to their faith.

He boldly stated that many of those in attendance at the funeral had made a conscious decision to stay away from church services.

In a light-hearted manner, he joked that if he were to come across such individuals at the funeral, he would forego his sermon and instead deliver a direct message to them.

The prophet suggested that the divine message they needed to hear could be found at the funeral, implying that they were missing out on spiritual guidance by not attending church.

His comments have ignited a discussion about the role of organized religion in people’s lives and the importance of attending church services regularly.

Overall, Prophet Kofi Oduro’s remarks have stirred up strong reactions among the public, highlighting the ongoing debate about faith, spirituality, and religious practices in Ghanaian society.

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