The leader of the Glorious Word Ministries, Reverend Isaac Owusu Bempah, has asserted his credentials as a man endowed with the capacity to predict the election outcome.
Owusu Bempah claimed in an interview with Okay FM that since 1996, none of his prophecies about elections and other national issues have been incorrect.
He denied being a ‘NPP Prophet‘ tag, disclosing he ‘s made prophecies in the past that favored the NDC.
“My first prophecy was the Rawlings-Adu Boahen election and I said Rawlings would win. I was a young shepherd, and I didn’t really know what I was doing, but I was taken on by a lot of people. My senior pastor rebuked me but still the Rawlings won the elections.
“If you check my prophecies everything that I have said has happened. Even those who hate me will declare my prophecies to be false. If I see it’s NPP, I’m going to say it’s NPP, I’m going to say NDC when it’s NDC, “He explained.
Owusu Bempah has confirmed that John Evans Atta Mils should have won the 2000 elections, but for his interference.
He narrates that the original vision that God gave him had the NDC leader sitting on the throne but he worked to redirect it to the NPP with the aid of his church leaders.
He said they visited the capital ‘s big roundabouts to try the favor of God to change the outcome.
“During the time of Kufuor, God told me to do some things that He would use to alter the seat occupant. We went to each roundabout. If I want to adjust, God has told me to pour oil at any roundabout. I did rely on the word of God. This can be attested to by my church members “he said.
Rev. Owusu Bempah responded to allegations by Pentecostal and Charismatic Council President of Ghana, Reverend Prof. Paul Frimpong Manso that people who prophesy about elections are just charlatans hoping to profit from politicians.
He noted that “false and fake” are these prophecies.
“There was a tradition of people who were prophesying about votes. I would like to say in no uncertain terms that these things are incorrect, incorrect, and misleading and that we should not place our hopes on them.