- Opinionated Ghanaian prophet, Kofi Oduro, has declared that God did not reveal anything to the prophets who revealed outcomes of elections in Ghana
- Kofi Oduro called the supposed prophets foolish, promiscuous among other strong words
- Isaac Owusu Bempah, Nigel Gaisie and Emmanuel Badu Kobi were some of the top names who predicted the 2020 election results
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Founder and leader of the Alabaster International Ministry who is popularly known as Prophet Dr Kofi Oduro has come out to boldly criticize the surge of Ghanaian prophets predicting the outcomes of elections.
Many reports have been heard in recent times of popular Ghanaian prophets asserting that God revealed the outcome of the upcoming general elections in Ghana to them.
A video sighted by YEN.com.gh indicates that the revered prophet Kofi Oduro made the bold declarations at his Tesano church in Accra.
It is indicated that Kofi Oduro used very uncomforting words on his colleague prophets such as thieves, jokers, lunatic, foolish, 'ashawo' and a promiscuous lot.
The celebrity pastor is known for stating strong opinions concerning topical issues in the country.
On the issue of the prophets stating the outcomes of the upcoming elections, many have shared the opinion of Kofi Oduro as the supposed prophesies have declared different winners of the 2020 election.
In his own words, Kofi Oduro said:
“When I watch your 31st December night prophecies, I see that you are jokers; all the prophets in Ghana.
"I’m saying Jehovah has not spoken with anyone of you to be given such stupid prophecies; do you think God thinks about the NPP and NDC or you think God is from Kwahu; you are just toying with Jesus”
See video below:
It would be recalled that popular Ghanaian 'prophets' such as Isaac Owusu Bempah, Nigel Gaisie, Emmanuel Badu Kobi and others among their numerous those who predicted the outcome of the 2020 general elections.
In other Christian news, the funeral of famous German evangelist, Reinhard Bonnke, who died on Saturday, December 7, 2019, drew thousands around the world, especially from the US.
It should be noted that the cleric had preached in more than 50 countries and said he has converted 79 million people to Christianity, RNS reports.
Ministers of various churches have praised the late evangelist for his works. Renowned preachers like TD Jakes, Benny Hinn, and Paula White also paid their tributes.
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