Here’s how your favourite Ghanaian celebrities showed up for Rev Obofour and Bofowa’s baby christening dinner

Three words to describe the baby christening of Rev Obofour and Ciara Bofowa’s triplets would be luxurious, glamorous with a pantophagous menu.

And it was an eclectic and fun-filled atmosphere which cited several of Ghana’s celebrated showbiz figures mostly in jubilant white and its variations.

The dinner which was held at the ballroom of the 5-star Kempinski Gold Coast Hotel definitely has a place in the history books of parties and celebrations.

The popular ‘Man of God’ who is also known as Prophet Asanteman Bofour, is the founder and leader of Anointed Palace Chapel (APC) worldwide, a charismatic denomination and C.E.O of Sweet TV.

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As part of celebrations and rituals to introduce his triplets to the world, the famed gospel preacher and wife organised a naming ceremony early in the day followed by the dinner.

Becca, Efya, Empress Gifty, Kwaku Manu, Kalybos, Afia Schwarzenegger, Dr Louisa, Mr Drew and several names from the Kumawood fraternity made an appearance at the event.

Several footages cited online show them gyrating their bodies to good music and fraternising with one another.

Other video content also shows the preacher displaying his wealth by throwing wads of money into the air as onlookers picked them up amidst jubilation and dancing.

See photos and videos from Rev Obofour’s dinner below:

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