Reverend pays fines, bail for 50 prisoners who were locked up

Reverend pays fines, bail for 50 prisoners who were locked up

Leader of the Anointed Palace Chapel, Reverend Obofour, warmed people's hearts after deciding to be kind to prisoners.

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The man of cloth decided to settle fines for prisoners in Ghana after they had asked for his help earlier.

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In a video spotted on Instagram, the self-proclaimed man of God had invited prisoners to his church when he heard one of them shouting for help from a vehicle.

After the man's plight caught his attention, the pastor lined up the prisoners and asked them to narrate their painful ordeals.

Obofour was carried away by the men's speeches and promised to dish out cash towards their fines.

After securing their release, the preacher gave each of them a sum of money.

According to Briefly.co.za, the money was meant to help the prisoners restart their lives once they were released.

Unlike his counterparts who often beg for donations and 'seed,' this man wanted to change people's lives.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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