Owusu Bempah claims NDC offered him a $1m dollar through Badu Kobi in 2016 (video)

Owusu Bempah claims NDC offered him a $1m dollar through Badu Kobi in 2016 (video)

Reverend Isaac Owusu Bempah, the founder and leader of Glorious Word Power Ministry International, has claimed that he rejected a one million dollar bribe from the National Democratic Congress before the 2016 elections.

According to Owusu Bempah, the NDC, through an associate of Reverend Emmanuel Badu Kobi, offered him the money in order to change his prophecy about the 2016 elections.

Owusu Bempah, in the run-up to the elections, prophesied a win for the New Patriotic Party's Nana Akufo-Addo against the then-president, John Mahama, of the NDC.

While his prophecy was publicly ridiculed at the time by NDC faithful, Owusu Bempah claims the party had tried to induce him to change it.

Speaking in a video from an interview with Oman FM sighted by YEN.com.gh, Owusu Bempah stated that a guy from Badu Kobi's church known as Babatunde came to his with the offer saying he had been sent by his boss.

He, however, rejected the one million dollar offer which also came with a project contract telling them that no amount of money could make him change God’s prophecy.

Sounding emphatic, Owusu Bempah disclosed that he had video recordings and can release it anytime Babatunde denies their encounter which he claims was witnessed by other people including gospel singers Isaiah Kwadwo Ampong and Nicholas Omane Acheampong who had visited him.

Going further, Owusu Bempah stated that his prophecy about Akufo-Addo winning was not because he had been given money.

Meanwhile, Owusu Bempah has also stuck his neck out for another Akufo-Addo win in the 2020 elections saying God had revealed to him that the NPP will remain in power.

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