A Look Into The Plush Mansion And Classy Lifestyle Of Popular Prophet Angel Bazuka (Watch Video)

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South-Africa and Ghana-based man of God, Angel Bazuka of the Kingdom Prayer Ministry, has opened up his plush mansion for public viewing on the occasion of his birthday.

In a video kind courtesy of Zionfelix Events and posted on Youtube, saw the man of God while celebrating his birthday in grand style and flaunting his blessing.

Prophet Bazuka, who turned a new age on July 20, 2020, held a huge party in his six-bedroom mansion and hosted many of his pastor friends and congregants.

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The party saw a lot of celebration as the popular prophet danced to the glory of God for the countless mercies upon his life.

Some of the pastor friends of Prophet Bazuka who were in attendance blessed the man of God with gifts and prayers.


There was also lots to eat and drink as attendees of the party which lasted until the next day, ate, and drank to their fill.

The highlight of the birthday party however was the tour of Angel Bazuka’s plush mansion which was built in grandeur.

Among other things that the house could boast of were chandeliers, spacious rooms, a huge living room and state- of-the art technological gadgets.

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Angel Bazuka is believed to be the son of Rev Obofour but is based mostly in South Africa. He is noted to have 10 of such magnificent properties – 7 in Ghana and 3 in South Africa.

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