Despite a warning by the Inspector General of Police Dr George Akuffo Dampare to pastors against 31st night prophecies, Isaac Owusu Bempah has promised to bare it all this year.
It is common for leaders of some Ghana’s popular charismatic churches to make gloomy promises about the upcoming year on the night of 31st December.
The prophecies that the popular pastors make on the eve of the upcoming year tell of deaths of famous politicians, statesmen or influential members in society.
But last year the IGP warned pastors against such prophecies. He said it was against the law for people to publish things that could cause fear and panic.
The 31st night last year saw fewer ominous prophecies and many pastors accused Dr Dampare of gagging pastors from doing the work of God.
However, it seems Owusu Bempah, the leader and founder of Glorious Word Power Ministries International has had enough. According to a reports, the self-proclaimed prophet said he is very eager to make his powerful prophecies on December 31st 2022.
“I wish tomorrow was 31st. It’s like Jesus rising to Heaven after his death. He was wild because he didn’t want anything to disturb him.
“In the World Cup, there is an Argentine player called Messi and I heard that he couldn’t sleep because of the game, I’ve meant 31st night more than Messi meant the World Cup,”
the report quoted Owusu Bempah.
The self-proclaimed prophet said the president does not listen to God anymore and has hardened his heart.
He said Ghana’s current economic hardship and other national problems are the result of the president’s distance from God.