My Sister Filed For Divorce After Discovering Her Husband, Pastor Sylvester Ofori Visited A Shrine And Joined An Occult Group – Barbara Tommey’s Sister Says

Sophia Tommey, sister of Barbara Tommey who was shot dead by her Pastor husband, Sylvester Ofori in US city of Orlando last week has recalled some incidents that reportedly occurred prior to her sister’s death.


In an exclusive interview with Franky5 on This is Gospel show on Hitz FM on Sunday September 13, Sophia alleged that Ofori initiated plans of killing her sister after she filed for divorce.


According to her, Barbara filed for divorce after she discovered that her husband who is the head pastor of Floodgates of Heaven International Ministries joined an occult group.



She said;


“Sylvester had denounced God after he visited a shrine in Nzema and was even convincing my sister to join him. But my sister later discovered her husband had joined occult and filed for divorce”


My sister filed for divorce after discovering her husband, Pastor Sylvester Ofori visited a shrine and joined an occult group - Barbara Tommey


Sophia also revealed that her late sister moved out of her matrimonial home three months ago and only returned home for some documents when Ofori nearly choked her to death. She averred that it was her brother’s intervention that stopped Ofori from choking Barbara to death at that time.


The distraught lady who alleged that her late sister was very secretive, said Ofori initiated plans of killing her Barbara upon realizing that he will lose everything if the divorce process is completed.


Sophia added;


“Barbara was the breadwinner of the family and owned all the properties; Sylvester was just a pastor so the thought of losing everything pushed him to kill my sister.

“Barbara was a very quiet person so all the things we heard were from her friends; she never told us what she was going through until her death”


Sophia said Barbara will be buried on September 26, 2020, and is confident the police will do a good job and get justice for the family.


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