I am being framed by these sex girls- Rev. Owusu Bempah

I am being framed by these sex girls- Rev. Owusu Bempah

The very controversial Rev Isaac Owusu Bempah of the Glorious Word Power Ministry International, has yet again found himself in the midst of another scandal.

According to the pastor, there is an alleged plot to tarnish his name and brand him as a fake pastor, by way of two ladies who have supposedly been paid to say they are his 'sex girls.'

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"There are plans to shut me down and make me look like a fake pastor so they have paid two ladies to go on radio with a useless story that they are my sex partners and that I have bought them houses and cars. I am waiting for them and their evil agenda. They would be shocked how we would expose them and their pay masters one by one," the popular Man of God said.

He said that he is disliked by many people because of the things he says, but he will not be stopped from revealing what God has brought forth upon him.

He further stated that, "I was told the ladies have already been paid and they would start jumping from one media house to the other in this month on November and that they have been paid to do that. As for the media, when you come to them with such a story, they would call me and whether I deny or not, they would do their story and leave the public to judge."

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Rev. Owusu Bempah has been in the news lately for prophesying that the winner of the upcoming December elections will be the New Patriotic Party leader, Nana Akufo Addo, a statement which has earned him the admiration of the NPP supporters, yet the wrath of the NDC.

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