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Let’s stop ignoring prophecies and take action – Lutterodt

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Controversial Counsellor cum pastor, George Lutterodt has advised Ghanaians not to ignore prophecies from men of God but also take action when such prophecies come.

According to him, taking action over prophecies can reverse it no matter how bad the prophecy may be.

“Hezekiah did it and it worked for him. So when you are fortunate to have a prophecy on your life, no matter how you joke with it, no matter how serious you are, add more to it” he said.

Mr Lutterodt added that as an ordained man of God, there are prophecies that come directly to him and he works towards it.

“Not from even prophets, from individuals like you who will dream and have a dream, I follow it and I work towards it” he noted.

Counsellor Lutterodt believes that “life is about someone telling you what you don’t know from the other world.”

“I don’t condemn prophecies but I believe that when we hear them let’s work towards it religiously” he added.

The Counselor was at the State funeral of the late Vice President Kwesi Bekoe Amissah-Arthur who passed on at the Air Force gym during a workout section.

Prior to the death of the late Vice President, Rev Owusu Bempah had predicted during a 31st December all night service that Ghana will lose one of her ex-Vice President.

“…there are some people we call Statesmen. Example of such people are the ex-presidents of Ghana. If we don’t pray this year, Ghana will have a big funeral… but we will pray”, Rev Owusu Bempeh said.

Profile of Paa Kwesi Amissah-Arthur

Paa Kwesi Bekoe Amissah-Arthur, born April 29, 1951, was an economist, academic and politician who was the sixth Vice-President of Ghana, in office from August 6, 2012, until January 7, 2017, under President John Dramani Mahama.

Previously he was Governor of the Bank of Ghana from 2009 to 2012.

He was sworn in as Vice-President on August 6, 2012, following vetting by the Parliament of Ghana.

He was nominated by President John Dramani Mahama to be the vice-president a week after Mahama himself was sworn in. This followed the sudden death of John Atta Mills on July 24, 2012.

Economics and consultancy

Amissah-Arthur was a research assistant at the Institute of Statistical, Social and Economic Research between 1974 and 1975.

He later joined the Economics Department as a teaching assistant from 1977 to 1978, going on to become an assistant lecturer in 1979. He lectured at the Department of Economics at the University of Ghana between 1980 and 1988.

He had also been a lecturer at the Department of Economics, Anambra State College of Education, Awka, Anambra State, Nigeria (August 1981 – July 1983).

He went into politics until 1997. He worked as a consultant for the World Bank in The Gambia. He also served as a consultant for the Netherlands' government education project in Ghana.

He then worked as Senior Economist for the Sigma One Corporation in Ghana between 1998 and 2000. Between 2001 and 2002, he was on assignment for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark.


From 1983 to 1986, Amissah-Arthur served as a special assistant to the Secretary of Finance and Economic Planning, Kwesi Botchwey, in the Provisional National Defense Council government.

Subsequently, he was Deputy Secretary for Finance in the PNDC government from February 1986 to March 1993. From April 1993, he continued as the Deputy Minister for Finance in the Rawlings government after the establishment of constitutional rule until March 1997.

Amissah-Arthur was appointed as Governor of the Bank of Ghana in October 2009 by President John Evans Atta Mills. He held this position until August 6, 2012, when he became Vice-President of Ghana following the death of Atta Mills.

Personal life

Amissah-Arthur is married to Matilda Amissah-Arthur with two children. He is a Christian and is known to worship at the Calvary Methodist Church at Adabraka in Accra.

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