- Owusu Bempah's prophecy of policemen dying has been reacted to by a police officer
- Owusu Bempah is calling on Ghanaians to pray for police officers
A police officer with the Police Headquarters in Accra has criticized Owusu Bempah for his doomsday prophecy against police officers in the country.
Head of the Glorious Word Ministry, Owusu Bempah during his New Year message to members of his church impressed on Ghanaians to pray for police officers across the country if this prophecy is to be averted.
“Let us remember Ghana Police in our prayers, otherwise we will hear of rampant deaths of officers within the force,” the pastor revealed.
Expressing his thoughts on this development, a concerned police officer, Abdul Hanan Mohammed EL-Saeed says there is nothing new in Owusu Benmpah's prophecy. He says the pastor is just trying to be smart.
"The police service, for example, has close to forty thousand people and you cannot say that in a whole year none of them will die. Some or most are likely to die especially giving the kind of work they do and the times we find ourselves in where criminals are now targeting the police," Abdul Hanan Mohammed EL-Saeed argued.
Still, on prophecies, the founder of Action Chapel International, Duncan Williams says the year 2018 will be filled with terror and wars.
The pastor, who made some predictions to 2018, says the world will be riddled with wars and terrible times. Duncan Williams based his predictions on recent developments across the world regarding the USA and North Korea.
Leaders of both countries ended the year 2017 with disturbing threats of nuclear war against each other. “It is my responsibility as a student of prophecy to prepare you that this earth and this world is not going to remain the same way as it is. Changes are coming [and] there are challenging times ahead,” he said.
Duncan Williams made it to the news in 2017 after attributing the declaration of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel to signs of the end times.
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