- Prophet Owusu Bempah had earlier said the coronavirus pandemic will vanish in 3 weeks
- Ghanaians are not happy with this prophecy and have called him names
- Some say he is merely a stomach pastor and an attention seeker
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Prophet Owusu Bempah has incurred the wrath of Ghanaians with his prophecy that the coronavirus pandemic will vanish in 3 weeks.
He claimed that the pandemic will vanish in three weeks.
Bempah’s prophecy comes after popular Nigerian pastor T.B. Joshua said the pandemic would end on March 27.
Many people are not happy with Bempah’s proclamation and have attacked him.
Lydia, for instance, said Bempah is a hungry pastor:
Shiella laughed at Bempah, saying he was only copying T.B. Joshua:
Nelson said the prophet was only seeking attention:
Michael also reasoned that with the increment in Ghana’s cases, Bempah must be joking:
Okai also asked Bempah to “save his talks”:
Andy wondered why Bempah did not see the virus coming in the first place:
Lisa thinks Bempah is a joker:
There are many comments showing how displeased Ghanaians are with Owusu Bempah’s comments.
Meanwhile, Ghana’s confirmed coronavirus case has risen to 141 from 137.
There are also five deaths recorded so far.
Earlier, President Akufo-Addo has declared for some parts of Accra, Kumasi, and Kasoa to be locked down for two weeks.
This measure, he explained, is to help curb the spread of the coronavirus.
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