There’s a saying in that if you bend down laughing at the crack in someone’s rear, another person is behind you laughing at the crack in yours. Predicting death and doom has become a trend amongst Ghanaian Prophets of today. Every other day comes with a different prophecy and Prophets claim to be the only ones through whom these calamities can be averted.
One person who has been flourishing in the prophecy business is the leader and founder of Glorious Word Ministry, Reverend Owusu Bempah. Just recently he claimed a prophecy had been revealed to him about the impending assassination of the President of Ghana, Nana Akufo-Addo by “enemies of the state” who were unhappy with the appointment of the Special Prosecutor, Mr. Martin Amidu. Well, there’s a new prophecy in town now, and this time it is about him (Owusu Bempah), by another prophet.
Maybe there is something in the prophecy rule book against seeing your own impending doom, otherwise I’m sure Rev. Owusu Bempah would have seen this himself and started taking the necessary steps to avert it. According to a certain Prophet Jerry Noels of the Faith Missions Church, it has been revealed to him that Rev. Owusu Bempah is destined to die in a gruesome accident before November this year, with his mortal remains getting mangled beyond recognition. He insisted the voice of God was very clear on the incident and that if Owusu Bempah wanted to live past November there are instructions the prophecy came with that he has to follow or else his end will be inevitable.
Prophet Noels went ahead to allege that Owusu Bempah has not been called by God and his ministry is not genuine. The only way, according to Prophet Noels, that Owusu Bempah could escape this impending doom was if he quit running his church and handed it over to a “faith-believing” church which was practicing the true word of God. Noels was quick to add that prior to the prophecy he held Owusu Bempah in high esteem but his opinion has since changed. In his final words of caution he sent a sound warning to Rev. Owusu Bempah, saying no amount of prayers was going to save him if he didn’t follow the instructions from God and give up his “fake” ministry.