Popular Ghanaian prophet, Tony Boateng, was in Nigeria to minister in a church following an invitation from Dr Anene Nwachukwu, and the wealthy Ghanaian pastor was filmed asking churchgoers to pay a token so they can shake hands with him.
This happened in Nigeria yesterday, July 4, 2018, and it was narrated by someone who visited the church for the first time. This observer said Prophet Boateng did not say an opening prayer when he came to the pulpit but immediately dived into making prophesies about people’s lives and asking them to pay to be delivered.
Boateng is seen at some point in a video shared online, saying, “With five hundred Naira come to me, come and shake me,” and congregants rushed out of their seats to go and pay to shake the pastor.
He was later heard saying, “I call somebody to tap my anointing right now. Take two thousand Naira, come and put it here, and shake my hand. There’s a lot of blessing taking place right now.”
This time, members did not rush out like the first time. Only a few people went to the pulpit to pay and shake the pastor.
Read the churchgoers account of events as shared by a Twitter user and watch videos below.
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