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Ghanaian Pastor Sings Teni's Song In A Church Service

Reverend Akua Buabema Ofori-Boateng, a priest in the Anglican Diocese of Accra, was spotted in a video singing Teni's song 'Case'.

The video was shared on Instablog today, 12th August, 2021.

(News Source: Instablog)

The female priest was accompanied by the church's gospel band.

Along the line she made a gesture to the congregation to stand up and join in as she ministered through the lyrics of the song, while lifting her hands up in worship.

Here's a link to the video.

https://www.instagram.com/p/CSelTsxAtBi/?utm_medium=copy_link

The video has generated several opinions on social media, being that, the song 'Case' by Teni is a secular song. It's mostly played in parties and other social gatherings.

Notwithstanding the controversy the video, it can be argued that it's a safe song to sing in a worship centre. 

Since the pidgin lyrics talks about doing things that are seemingly impossible, only that this time it was ascribed the power of God.

Rev. Akua captioned the video, "God has gone to Oshodi for your case. And his protection is fully over your life. Be still and know that he is God. God bless you".

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Accra Akua Buabema Ofori-Boateng Anglican Ghanaian

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