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Rev Kusi’s Daughter Removes ‘Kusi-Boateng’ Initials From Her Instagram Account After News Exposed Blunder



Breanna Kusi Boateng, the daughter of controversial Kwabena Adu Gyamfi alias Victor Kusi Boateng, changed her Instagram and locked her account after reports revealed that she had previously “mistakenly” exposed her father for possible identity theft.

Breanna Kusi Boateng, the controversial pastor’s daughter who lives in the US, previously used the letters K B or Kusi Boateng as part of her moniker on social media.

Her new name has “dp” as the initials of KB that was stated about 72 hours.

Breanna apparently used two dates of birth, and this portal previously reported on how she accidentally revealed her father.

The contentious pastor is accused of obtaining a diplomatic passport under the name Kwabena Adu Gyamfi with his birthdate of December 30, 1969.

On November 24, 2026, the Diplomatic Passport will be no longer valid.

The daughter of Rev. Victor Kusi Boateng, however, celebrated her father’s purported 50th birthday on September 7th by posting on Instagram.

Breanna Kusi Boateng was honoring her father as Victor Kusi Boateng, born on September 7, 1971, rather than Kwabena Adu Gyamfi, born on December 30, 1969, despite the fact that the latter has a valid diplomatic passport with December 30 listed as his birthdate.

It suggests that while Kusi Boateng or Adu Gyamfi just celebrated and recently listed September 7th as his birthday, his current paperwork, including a diplomatic passport, were displaying December 30th.

The CHRAJ will be paying special attention to this issue.

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