‘Innocent’ Mills' soul crying for justice – Owusu Bempah
Ghana’s former leader, late Prof John Evans Atta Mills is still crying in heaven and seeking vengeance for his soul.
Prof Mills who died six months to the end of his term, founder and leader of the Glorious Word and Power Ministry International, Rev Isaac Owusu Bempah has been crying because ‘he never died a natural death’.
“When I was in heaven, the angel took to a location where they opened a curtain, I saw late President Mills alone in a room crying. Then the angel told me that he was not in that palace but God allowed them to bring him there at the time so he could teach me something which was that he never died a natural death…,” he said.
President Mills died on 24th July, 2012 and was buried months to the national election of that year.
Several calls have come for the probing of the cause of death of the late leader. Progressive People’s Party (PPP) leader, Dr. Papa Kwesi Nduom promised to probe the cause of the late leader’s death if the PPP had come to power.
This call, did not go down well with elements of the NDC who called the bluff of the PPP leader at the time.
But Rev Owusu Bempah during an exclusive interview on Adom TV’s Pampaso on Thursday said the late President did not die a natural death so has been crying since his burial.
“They have provided him with a bowl into which his tears fall anytime he cries. The reason is that they were preventing the tears from falling unto the land because that could cause chaos in Ghana. Ghana would have become a land of desolation. It’s an innocent blood which have been sacrificed because of position…,” he said.
The man of God further revealed that he saw President Mahama also in another room where he had been chained and was crying and sweating as well.
“The angel opened another curtain, there I saw President Mahama with chains around his neck, waist and legs as well. The chains have been tied to a huge stone. He was sweating and crying profusely as well with a red scarlet tied around his waist as well…,” Rev Owusu Bempah said.
Watch the full interview below: