Pastor launches massive prayer session at Kwame Nkrumah Circle; photo drops

Pastor launches massive prayer session at Kwame Nkrumah Circle; photo drops

- A man of God, Rev. Isaac Kwame Peprah, reportedly embarked on a spiritual exercise on January 1, 2020 at Kwame Nkrumah Circle

- According to him, this was in line with God's direction as some people had tried to cause confusion at that place in the spiritual realm

- He went on to say that not even the country's secuity agencies were able to deal with the situation

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Rev. Isaac Kwame Peprah, the founder and leader of the God of the Fathers Ministry, based at Nima in Accra, has embarked on a spiritual exercise at the Kwame Nkrumah Circle, in Accra.

YEN.com.gh understands that in the early hours of the New Year’s day, the man of God anointed some sections of the area with oil.

He is reported to have started from the Ghana Revenue Authority, through the Obra Spot, VIP Transport Station, Awudome Cemetery, New Times Corporation, Orion Cinema, Fredies Corner and back to the starting point.

Pastor launches massive prayer session at Kwame Nkrumah Circle; photo drops

Rev. Isaac Kwame Peprah Source: dailyguidenetwork.com
Source: UGC

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Per a report by dailyguidenetwork.com, he explained that this action was based on a revelation given to him with regard to the area.

According to him, the place “is considered as a spiritual flash point for mayhem, so the leadership of the church decided to wage this battle.”

Rev. Peprah went on to say that in the spiritual realm, he witnessed an uprising at Obra Spot, a popular place in the area a few months ago.

This, he went on, was so serious that the security agencies were unable to deal with the situation.

In other news, some Ghanaians have reacted to news to the effect that American abolitionist and political activist, Harriet Tubman, was once crowned as a queen in Ghana.

YEN.com.gh has learned that a statue was erected in Tubman’s honour at Aburi in Ghana, and as a child, she was informed that she was an Akan.

Information available shows that Tubman’s two great-grand-nieces arrived in Ghana in the year 2005 for the dedication of the statue.

Tubman, previously known as Araminta Ross, was born into slavery, but she escaped and subsequently embarked on several missions to rescue enslaved families.

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