- Prophet Owusu Bempah is warning that a popular Ghanaian radio broadcaster will be buried this year
- The Prophet is calling on prayers on behalf of the journalist to avert his untimely death
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Controversial Prophet of God, Isaac Owusu Bempah, has disclosed that another popular Ghanaian journalist will die this year.
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According to the founder and leader of Glorious Word Ministry, the media practitioner works with a very known radio station, and serious prayers need to be offered on his behalf to avert the death.
Delivering tones of prophesies at his 31st all-night service, Rev. Bempah revealed that there are some evil plans in the spiritual realms to end the life of the respected journalist.
“This concerns a particular radio station in Ghana, I won’t mention the name but I will go and speak with its leadership after this. I saw a black cloth covering the radio station and the sound of wailing and tears over there. Someone very popular is at that station who will be buried this year if prayers are not offered. I know that radio station but I won’t disclose the identity, I’ll just speak with the necessary people and make sure they pray about it,” Owusu Bempah hinted.
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Though the ‘Man of God’ left out the name of the broadcast journalist, his prediction comes few months after the entire nation witnessed the sudden demise of celebrated Asempa FM Journalist, Kwadwo Asare Baffuor Acheampong (KABA).
The religious leader on Sunday predicted a number of ‘doom prophesies’ to start the year 2018.
Some of his predictions included the death of a First Lady, a popular footballer, and children of some individuals he claimed are making mockery of him on social media platforms, among others.
Owusu Bempah is also on record to have predicted the deaths of some political figures and police personnel nationwide.
The controversial nature of Owusu Bempah’s prophecies have angered some Ghanaians, including the clergy who have tagged him ‘prophet of doom’, who thrives on empty controversies.
However, the preacher insists he is not bothered by such demeaning comments calculated to damage his image and reputation as the 'Prophet of the Nation'.
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