Tough prophet names top 'occultic' prophets in Ghana today

Tough prophet names top 'occultic' prophets in Ghana today

- Prophet Kofi Oduro has named self-acclaimed prophets he claims are occultic

- The prophet claims these men of God are sending congregants to hell

- He wants the Christian Council to step in and deal with such persons

Prophet with the Alabaster International Mission, Dr. Kofi Oduro has alleged that Prophet 1, Obinim, Akwasi Sarpong and other popular prophets in Ghana use occultism.

In an interview with Rainbow Radio, the prophet claimed that these 'occultic' prophets are secretly leading Ghanaians to hell.

Prophet Akwasi Sarpong, Obinim, and Prophet 1 are false prophets. They are not from God. True men of God are those anointed and called by God, the prophet claimed.

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"I am not joking," Prophet Dr. Kofi Oduro stated. He says 'the church has now become unpopular because of the way some men of God are behaving in Ghana. He described as charlatans those prophets who predict the death of people'.

Tough prophet names top 'occultic' prophets in Ghana today
Prophet Dr. Kofi Oduro

The prophet is, therefore, blaming the Christian Council for sitting back to watch these men of God take advantage of gullible Christians.

"They are organized criminals. I will blame the Christian Council, the National Association of Charismatic Council and the Ministry of Religious Affairs,'' he argued.

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The concern over fake men of God has been one of the popular issues of discussion in the country. There have been cases of men of God maltreating congregants and even sexually exploiting all in the name of saving them from hell or liberating them from poverty.

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