- A junior pastor of Owusu Bempah has predicted an impending death in the house of Nana Ama McBrown
- According to the pastor known as Nana Berchie, he saw McBrown weeping after something dear to her heart died
- Berchie thus called for prayers for McBrown to avert the doom
Barely two months after Nana Ama McBrown became the happiest woman on earth after giving birth to her first child, a Ghanaian prophet has dropped a doom prophecy on the popular actress.
The prophet, Nana Adu Berchie, known to be one of the junior pastors of Reverend Isaac Owusu Bempah of The Glorious Word Power Ministry International, has suggested that McBrown may experience sorrow.
According to Owusu Bempah's boy, God had revealed to him an impending death in McBrown's life which was going to devastate her.
In a post on Facebook on Tuesday, April 30, 2019, Berchie who claimed to have seen something die in the arms of the actress called for prayers for her.
"Please with all humility let's all Pray for our dear sister Nana Ama McBrown. I saw something die in her arms and she was crying seriously. Please. And all our female actresses," he posted
Though Berchie did not exactly mention what McBrown was holding in her hands that died and got her to weep, the fact that the actress is a nursing mother is a strong indication that the prophecy may be about her daughter.
It is no secret that McBrown after searching so much for her first child holds the little girl so dear to her heart and would definitely weep if anything happens to her.
And of all the things that McBrown can really carry in her arms, none of them will be so important to the actress than her little daughter.
Obviously, Berchie knows a direct mention of the actress' child as the subject of the prophecy would lead to backlash for and he tried to avoid it.
Meanwhile, McBrown has been spotted in a new video rapping Kofi Kinaata's line in Bless' Chocomucho hit song.
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