Founder and Leader of Glorious Word Ministry International, Prophet Isaac Owusu Bempah, has prophesied victory for the New Patriotic Party (NPP) and its presidential candidate, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, in the 2016 general elections.
The man of God made the revelation during an interview with Stacy Amoateng on the Restoration With Stacy (RWS) show on TV3 . He has therefore asked the doubting Thomases and everyone to ‘write it down today.’
Even though he did not tell by what percentage Akufo-Addo would win the presidential poll, he indicated that the victory would generate controversy and lead to certain occurrence, even though he failed to mention what that could be.
‘People should take note and people should mark the date down that it’s on your show I came to make this prophecy and whoever knows the spiritual realm should enter the realm and see if he would not see this prophecy I’m talking about,’ he charged.
‘What I see is what I say; 2016 elections, Nana Akufo-Addo will win. Write it down today. But some events will occur again and that is what might bring about problems,’ he said.
By coming out to make this prophecy, he risks being criticised and even insulted by some people, especially those in the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC). He wondered why they do not take such spiritual matters in good faith instead of attacking the messengers.
‘God has through me prophesied for the NDC; he used me in prophesying that the NDC would will; win and they indeed won. God is my witness. I made those prophecies at Plaza and Orion at Bishop Salifu Amoako’s church,’ he recalled.
According to him, ‘The same thing happened at the Prempeh Assembly Hall in Kumasi; Reverend Victor Osei was there. So when I’m making these prophecies, let not those in NDC think that Owusu Bempah is an NPP and that he speaks for the NPP; it’s not true.’
The prophet said he couldn’t have been NPP because ‘at the end of the month, the NPP people don’t bring me money to put in my pocket; and excuse me to say, Nana Akufo-Addo is not a member of my family and it’s not the NPP that pays the school fees of my children, neither did they buy me my car; and did not built the house I live in for me.’
He therefore wondered, ‘So why is it that when I speak, people will come insulting me because it is what I see that I say and reveal.’
By Charles Takyi-Boadu
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