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Owusu Bempah is a fake prophet. Ghanaians should not take him serious

Who is a prophet? A prophet is “God’s” spokesperson on earth. So God reveals things to him to tell his people.

A prophet should under no circumstance apologize for saying what God has revealed to him. If a prophet goes round apologizing for his prophecy, then that prophecy was not from God in the first place. It was probably from his personal “god”.

Now “Prophet” Owusu Bempah who claims he’s a prophet called by God, and apologizing for his prophecy, raises a big question mark.

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Why is he apologising for? Is he confirming to us that the prophecy was not from God? Is he telling us that in future we can force him to apologize for telling us what God has revealed to him? Is he also trying to give us a sign that he’s not a prophet of God but a prophet for his personal “god”?

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Clearly, his apology is coming as a result of the violent attacks from the Muslim community, but how does that even make sense if he was indeed speaking on behalf of God, if not his gods?

He (Owusu Bempah) has confirmed to me that he’s not from God and nobody should take his constant “death Prophecies” serious anymore. 

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Prophet Owusu Bempah prophesied during his 31st December Watch night service that the Chief Imam amongst others will loss their lives in 2019. But this didn’t go down well with a section of the Muslim community, some Zongo Youth launched an attack on one of his branches in Accra. 

Source: Mensah Ayartey


Disclaimer: This writeup is the sole view and intellectual property of the writer Mensah Ayartey. 

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