- Owusu Bempah has said he saw former president Mahama in a revelation dawn carrying 4 coffins on his head, coming out of a pit
- This prophesy of his, has drawn a lot of reactions from Ghanaians
- People are clearly fed up with his prophesies of doom
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The founder and general overseer of the Glorious Word Power Ministry International, Reverend Isaac Owusu Bempah is known for making very incredible and weird prophesies.
His prophesies are mostly that of doom and misfortunes especially when it is directed at the opposition National Democratic Congress. NDC.
Speaking on NET 2 TV, Owusu Bempah said he saw former president Mahama in a revelation dawn carrying 4 coffins on his head, coming out of a pit.
His comments have drawn several reaction from both political party supporters.
Their reaction to his prophesies show that Ghanaians are fed up with his 'stupid' prophesies.
Below are some reaction;
Kyidomhene says he's just foolish.
Isaac says he wishes Mahama would win because of Owusu Bempah's lessons.
Ojo said people are not going to buy into his stupidity.
Kwasi says he should be arrested for interrogation.
In other news, President Akufo-Addo said the flagbearer of the National Democratic Congress, NDC, John Mahama's campaign messages were full of lies and propaganda.
According to Nana Addo, Mahama is facing a challenge in trying to convince the people of Ghana with his campaign messages hence has resorted to fabrications.
“Mahama’s campaign has fallen in the water. His campaign has landed in confusion, misrepresentations and outright fabrications," he said.
In a report filed by CitiNews, he added that, one cannot go to the presidency of Ghana with lies and fabrications.
Akufo-Addo maintained that the lies from the NDC presidential candidate were borne out of one thing, and that is his campaign is failing to catch up with the electorate.
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