Rev. Anthony Kwadwo Boakye: why the founder of Resurrection Power New Generation Ministries cursed his wife and family
Reverend Mrs. Anthony Boakye and her family have received curses from Rev. Anthony Kwadwo Boakye.
The founder and head of Resurrection Power New Generation Ministries believe that his wife and her brother, Reverend Johnson Kwasi Oware, are deliberately trying to make him look foolish in public.
In a video posted online, the sick pastor, who has been gone from the pulpit for more than nine months, beseeches God to pass his illness on to his wife and her generation.
“He insulted me three times, and each time I didn’t answer. I transfer the illness that has affected me to you and your offspring for the rest of your lives. Akwasi, you must live with my illness for the rest of your days. Take my illness, you and your kids, Yaa Asantewaa. Keep it forever if you want to. Reverend Boakye addressed his church members virtually from a remote location, saying, “You are trying to shame me.
The church leader’s reaction comes after a disagreement over church funds between his wife and the church’s authorities.
The power battle between Reverend Mrs. Anthony Boakye, the wife of the church’s founder, and the leaders of Resurrection Power New Generation Ministries recently reached a new pitch when churchgoers helped pay for his white automobile.
When the church members’ donations were being counted, a CCTV recording of Mrs. Boakye attacking certain church leaders was posted online.
Reverend Johnson Kwasi Oware, a brother of Mrs. Boakye, provided details of the argument in an interview with Ekuonaba TV.
Reverend Oware criticized his sister’s behavior and revealed that a group of church officials planned the entire incident to bring shame on his sister.
“I think my sister responded too strongly. But there is consensus. The pastor’s wife, the church officials, and all the stakeholders agreed that a representative would be chosen to participate in the money counting, and that arrangement has been in place for some time. However, the church leaders who are trying to waste the money went to sit where the counting was being done on Sunday, which is what led the pastor’s wife to approach them, he said.
Reverend Anthony Boakye, however, instructed his wife to remain away from anything connected to the church’s money in a recent virtual address to his church’s members.
“From now on, Yaa Asantewaa, keep your distance from the money. The money is not being delivered to you. Some people respect me even though you don’t respect your husband. You ought to have asked your brother to refrain from disparaging me. I hope you have a house in your hometown even though I haven’t done anything for you. “I no longer consider you to be a pastor. If I slip, I’ll only refer to you as a pastor. Everyone ought to address her as Yaa Asantewaa, the Rev. Boakye advised his congregation.