Two years ago, another f**ker, a believer in a certain foreign God told me on Facebook that because I’ve blasphemed against his God and His Holy Prophets (who are just con artists gallivanting around in Ghana), I wouldn’t live to see 2017.
Today is January 7, 2018, and I am here—a clear indication that, this person was totally spewing gibberish just as the many prophets of doom who continue to claim that prominent Ghanaians will die, one year after another.
Leading the fraud faculty of prophets of doom is Rev. Owusu Bempah, who is stationed as the President of Ghana-Nana Akufo Addo’s prophet—and therefore a prophet to the nation.
It’s sad for anyone to miss the “try your luck” tactics of these so-called prophets and it’s even repugnant that the Ghanaian media continues to accord these people and their “speculative predictions”, inspired by the Holy Spirit, undeserving audience.
The prophesies, as always, run on the same path: without mentioning any name, Owusu Bempah or any of the many con artists like him would say, a certain top Ghanaian politician, celebrity or chief would die.
That’s never all: and to avert this, prayers must be said.
When someone prominent that remotely fits the wide categorization dies, the prophecy has been fulfilled—a confirmation that these charlatans wield a high power, from a certain God.
And when nothing happens; they still win—because their prayers have prevented a calamity of death from falling.
How anyone cannot see through this thick smoke of nonsense itself is shocking. There are two sides to a coin and, here are men who bet on both sides. Therefore, whatever side points to the sky, they win.
The latest to come from the camp of Owusu Bempah, a rancorous slander who mostly tear into colleague con artists gloriously called men of God in Ghana is that a former President of Ghana will die and to prevent this, Ghanaians must pray to nullify it.
Ghana has three existing former Presidents; Jerry John Rawlings, 70 years of age, John Agyekum Kufuor, 79 years of age and John Mahama, 59 years—all have at a point recently been reported to be battling illness, obviously due to old age.
The fact that one may soon die, though cold, shouldn’t be painted with any prophetic brush. And if they all live longer, far beyond the life expectancy of human beings in Africa; why should that be attributed to prayers, under the direction of Owusu Bempah and men like him?
Already, Owusu Bempah has predicted that a first lady will die in Ghana this year. There are several former first ladies and one current first lady. His vague prophecy does not name any of them, rather states that a first lady will die, another vast net has been cast.
As usual, it comes with a caveat; we must pray to prevent this impending death that can take place anytime from the day of the prophecy.
The same Owusu Bempah has previously on numerous occasions predicted deaths of some major personalities in the country and nothing happened.
He prophesied that former President-John Mahama would die, while he was still in office as the President of Ghana. The man who’s politically called a dead goat lives on.
Despite the obvious “fakery and f**kery” of what has become a regular ritual of the many prophets of doom, headlined by Owusu Bempah, the media continues to give them attention—which these men seem to enjoy.