Ghana would lose one of its former Presidents in 2016 – Owusu Bempah

Ghana has two former heads of State who upon completion of their constitutionally mandated four year rule, have now become statesmen gracing national and international functions and intervening in national issues where necessary.

Former Presidents Jerry John Rawlings and John Agyekum Kufuor have since their eight year period resettled into civilian lives and are vibrant and in good health despite former President Kufour being aided by a walking stick.

But the Founder and Leader of the Glorious Word and Power Ministry International, Rev Isaac Owusu Bempah has prophesied that the country would bury one of the former heads of state in the course of the year 2016.

“If we do not pray, many VIPs in the country would lose their lives…if we do not pray, some leaders in NPP would die and so would an ex-President or his wife pass on to glory this year…,” he said.

The controversial man of God who also prophesied that certain persons close to the flagbearer of the NPP, Nana Akufo-Addo are planning to kill him, called for prayers for the nation.

His prophecies have been criticized by some Ghanaians and other men of God who say he has never prophesied something good about the country.

But Rev Bempah speaking on Adom FM said he prophesies what God shows him and not what would please the pastors and Ghanaians.

Rev Owusu Bempah also prophesied of an impending coup d’état in Ghana in the course of the year which would lead to a postponement of the country’s election date.

“I saw a very large dragon with three heads, it also had heads at its tail, then I saw the dragon touching its neck with its tail, and blood was oozing from the neck…and God explained to me that that was a sign of coup coming to Ghana in the course of the year 2016…,” he said.

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