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Report reaching the corridors of GhanaSky.com and Accra24.com show that, President of the Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA) Bice Osei Kuffour aka Obour  fell under the anointing when Elder Mireku laid hands on him at the Ghana Stands in Worship at Accra Sports Stadium, most christians thinks it can lead to spiritual metamorphosis in Obour's life.







According to GhanaSky.com analyst, either  you believe it or not, the power of the most high GOD still hold the title of royal office, as reigning king and no man or woman born of the flesh can stand before HIS presence.

Obour (R) falls under the Anointing via Elder Mireku(L)
Bice Osei Kuffour is a Ghanaian hiplife musician, known popularly by the name Obour, which means "stone" in the Akan language but also used by Kwahu people in Ghana.

Obour has been used for some national campaigns because of his positive and educative lyrics. He won five awards at the 2005 Ghana Music Awards. His albums include Atentenben, Akademua, Dondo and Atumpan.

Obour is also National TB Ambassador of Ghana, Road Safety Ambassador, Executive icon of Youth Icons Africa and a Climate Change Champion for the British Council. He serves on several executive and advisory boards, including the executive committee of the International Federation of Musicians, University of Ghana School of Performing Arts advisory board, Ghana Music Rights Organisation.
Renowned Ghanaian Pentecostal worship giant, Elder Mireku is hardly seen on stage at public concerts, and hardly grants media interviews, yet his songs dominate church worship and public performances across the country of Ghana.
The President of Musiga Obour falls under the Anointing touch by Elder Mireku

Watch Obour falls under the Anointing Video Below:







Source: ACCRA24.COM and GHANASKY.COM

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