‘If I don’t kill your sister then I’m fake’ – Ghanaian Pastor Sylvester Ofori had told brother-in-law
The Ghanaian pastor Sylvester Ofori threatened a few days before the fatal shooting of his wife that his brother would kill his sister to prove that he was not a fake pastor.
Ofori’s headquarters are located in the United States.
In a video quoted GhanaWeb, the family of the late Barbara Tommey accompanied her to her estranged husband’s house. When her husband was attacked in front of his family, she Picked up some files.
This prompted Barbara’s brother Perry to step in.
“I came here, I told you to sit down. I told you that we are not here to argue with you, why are you continuing to attack her?” Perry asked.
Perry then instructs Ofori to go to another room and not to come out.”I want to tell you, I want to tell you,” Perryadded.
Then, the doctor pastor faced his brother-in-law and said, “You are the one who supported me at the wedding, right? Now you are here to support your sister. The pastor told your sister that she is a sister and she is a witch, right?”
Perry then replied: “We don’t know if you are Komfo Anokye or my pastor, please drive away from here before I do it. We are not here to find you, don’t let me hurt you,” an angry Perry said to his brother Say.
Pastor Ofori said in response: “If I don’t kill your sister, then I am a fake.”
Perry then suggested that his sister call the police and file a complaint, but Barbara refused.
“Call the police. We will not face such threats,” Perry said to his sister.
Barbara replied that her brother should stop these comments because she did not want things to escalate.
However, the brother explained that if the husband is a pastor and threatens to kill her, there is no time to waste.
Watch Sylvester Ofori’s interaction with his brother-in-law.
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