- Rev. Owusu Bempeh is saying former President Mills was killed
- He says though was diagnosed with cancer, he did not die a natural death
Rev. Owusu Bempeh, founder and leader of Glorious Word International Ministry has made yet another shocking revelation that, former President J.E.A Mills was diagnosed with cancer, but did not die a natural death.
According to the man of God, the late Prof. Mills was brutally killed. Though he refused to give details as to who orchestrated the untimely death of the former NDC leader.
The late Ghanaian leader, passed away July 24, 2012, five months into the 2012 elections, after he returned from the United States for medical treatment.
Years after his sudden demise of Prof Mills, the cause of his death is still a mystery as several rumors have it that, he may have died after battling throat cancer.
But Rev. Owusu Bempah, in his latest outburst has disclosed that, the late President was murdered and did not die of cancer as being speculated by his NDC party members.
“Anyone who will say Atta Mills died his natural death is not telling us the truth. His death was not a natural death, I am a spiritualist and we don’t come out with everything we see. Why do you think I was seriously saying someone had died on his fingers, so God has taken his anointing from him…?” he queried.
The Rev. Minister however insisted that, he could not fathom why some characters within the opposition NDC, will blame the recent killing of policemen on President Akufo-Addo. When they are unable to tell Ghanaians exactly what killed their former leader after years of an autopsy report.
“There is no country that people don’t die. Even in the USA with their sophisticated security measures, people still die. Those NDC members screaming about insecurity, have suddenly forgotten about the death of Prof Atta Mills. We didn’t understand his mysterious death under NDC, and in fact till date, we still don’t know what killed him”, he demanded to know.
Owusu Bempeh however, lashed out at some NDC members to desist from such unwarranted and needless attacks on President Akufo-Addo over their so-called security claims in the country.
“If they [NDC officials] don’t want a problem, they shouldn’t speak like angels, they shouldn’t speak like no one died under their regime. If you see a tree shaking don’t blame the tree blame the wind.” he warned the opposition members.
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