Over the years Ghanaians have had to deal with a series of outrageous claims from local pastors and so-called prophets that most people don't believe, even though they may not be unwilling to call them for what they are.
YEN.com.gh put together a list of a few claims made by local pastors that can only be described as nothing less than outrageous.
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5. Bishop Obinim
One of the most - if not the most - controversial pastors in Ghana, Bishop Angel Obinim once claim to have been given 8 Range Rovers, 20 houses, Five Infiniti SUVs, and three Chryslers by none other than Jesus Christ... let's just let that sink in a little.
Another controversial Ghanaian pastor, Prophet Kumchacha made the headlines after he repeatedly expressed his dislike for Patapa's One Corner one hit wonder track. He later claimed to have spiritually buried the song because the artist allegedly insulted him publicly.
3. Isaac K. Asiedu
According to this somewhat unknown pastor, no member of his congregation has ever fallen sick or died in the 20 years since he built his church. Prophet K. Asiedu, however, in a bid to convince the world of his claims, appeared to contradict himself.
He revealed that when church members are "on the verge of dying", his intercession prevents them from dying. We can only wonder what he meant by that, since none of his congregants have ever fallen sick in 20 years. Read his comment and draw your own conclusions.
"I always intercede on behalf of my congregation to God so even when someone is on the verge of dying, the intercession prevents the person from dying, God didn’t create pastors to bury their members.”
2. Mensah Otabil
Speaking during the National convocation of the 2017 Springboard Roadshow, Pastor Mensah Otabil stated that fufu is killing Africans. Now, we're not sure what kind of fufu Pastor Otabil has been eating, although we know what whatever kind it is, it's definitely not the kind the rest of Ghana enjoys.
In one of the most controversial statements the pastor has ever made, Bishop Obinim claimed to have a "child warehouse" where women who have no children can be given babies. According to Bishop Obinim's comments, this warehouse must be in some other dimension of reality since these children beg him to send them to childless woman on earth... fithat that out, 'cause we're still trying to.
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