The controversial man of God has been accused of having stolen a car in Germany. But he has denied the allegations, emphasizing that he is too big to steal a car.
Preaching to his congregants’ hours after the allegations went viral on the media space, Prophet Kobi revealed that he began purchasing cars as a teenagers and it would be demeaning for him to steal a car.
He then accused some political elements of seeking to tarnish his image for political reasons.
“I know some of you have heard that Badu Kobi has stolen a car, I am too big to steal a car. I started buying cars at the age of 19 so it is never so. It is never true, I am higher than a car. I give out cars and that is not what I think about.
It is the political people who want to do that but let’s leave them. I am better than cars, in my little life I have given out cars and I walked. I have not stolen anybody’s car and I will never do that. I will never speak about this again, what is a car?
Greatness goes with pain but greatness brings the price. They can do everything but they can’t stop me. Interpol director in Ghana doesn’t know anything about this matter. Let’s leave this, the God I serve is a God of judgement. You cannot stop Badu Kobi. By his grace, a car is a common thing to me. I have never gone to Germany to buy a car”, he stated.
He went on to advise his congregants to note that they will be persecuted just like Jesus Christ.
“Nobody stops a seasonal person. You hold Jesus, you want to throw him down, and he will pass through. Why? It is his time. And if they did it against him, they will do it against you. You must have that understanding, “he encouraged them.
On allegations that he had been arrested, he emphasized that it was untrue.
“Some were told I was arrested yesterday. But yesterday, I did service with you yesterday. When we closed, I sat up there and talked. Even I around 12:00 I was there [no one arrested me],” he told his excited congregants.
Known for his controversial statements, he recently sparked much media discussion when he spoke on the suitability of women from some ethnic groups for marriage.