Video:Pastor asks church ladies for favour after divorcing his wife
Reverend Christian Kwabena Andrew, the founder of Life Assembly Worship Centre popularly known as Osofo Kyiri Abosom has announced to his church members that he is now divorced and alerted the “beautiful ladies” that “I will let you come and help me If I need your support”.
The man of God who founded the political party, Ghana Union Movement disclosed his divorce during a church service to set the records straight about why the congregants have not been seeing his wife lately.
He admitted to fathering a child outside his marriage, a situation he said pushed his wife to opt out of the marriage.
“My wife has left and for over a year now, we do not see her in church. She says she has a problem with me having a daughter out of our marriage. She has sued me but the court said since we did not marry there, they cannot handle it.
“She has sued me in several courts claiming my properties. She also wants to take custody of the children. She asked the court to sack all my maids so I’ve sacked them. When you meet your gossiping friends and they complain about your Pastor’s wife, tell them they are no longer married,” Kyiri Abosom said to his congregants as captured in a video in circulation online.
Fearing the development might make him lose the trust of his followers, the pastor urged them to forget about it and focus on the main reason they came to the church. He said they should disassociate him as a man of God from the scandal and continue to follow him.
“You are here because of me and not because of my marriage. Stop gossiping and focus on why you came here. When God called me, my wife wasn’t part of the call, the power given to me is from God and not my wife. God called me and I’m doing my work. If she says she is leaving, she can leave. There are a number of beautiful ladies here and I f I need your support, I will let you come and help me,” he pontificated.
Kyiri Abosom is seeking to become President of Ghana on the ticket of his Ghana Union Movement party after he failed to make a mark in the 2020 elections.