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Rev. Obofour Throw Heavy Warning to Hon. Kennedy Agyapong

I am not Afraid of Anybody
The Leader & Founder of Anointed Palace Chapel, Rev. Obofour, has thrown alertness to the wind, warning he will physically and spiritually deal with MP for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong and his TV station.

Although he specifically didn’t cite anybody’s name, many people believe his statement was directed at the Member of Parliament (MP) for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong.

Mr. Agyapong, who has sworn to expose fake Ghanaian men of God, has not relented on his efforts for some months now. He uses The Seat on his Net2 TV station as a platform to pursue that agenda.

Last week, he caused the arrest of the Bishop Daniel Obinim, head pastor of the International God’s Way Church,

He was arrested on Tuesday, May 19 over the offence of publication of false news and forging of documents contrary to Sections 208 and 159 of the Criminal and other Offences Act, 1960 (Act 29) respectively.

In some episodes of The Seat, two men who appeared on the show to confess how they …

How many years did the Roman Civilization last?

How many years did the Roman Civilization last?

The Roman Empire existed from 27 BC to AD 1453 for a total of 1480 years. What? 1453! Yes, only Rome the city fell in AD 476. Western European historians (and people) are too focused on the impact of the Fall of Rome (the city), because that was a time of tumultuous change for them.

The capital of the whole Roman Empire had already moved to Constantinople in AD 330 by Emperor Constantine. That was because the east had always been was the economic centre of the Empire. Ephesus (now in Turkey), Rome’s second largest city, was the terminus of the various Silk Trade Routes. The people of that day still called it the Roman Empire. It was still large but they gave up on Northern Europe. A revisionist German historian in the 16th century came up with the name Byzantine Empire. There was no such thing. The reasons why it lasted so long will be explored in walk 3 of my series on Rome Walks, starting with Amazing Ancient Rome