I'm challenging powerless Bempah to prevent me from making Mahama President again - Pastor

Tue, 2 Oct 2018 Source: rainbowradioonline.com

The General Overseer of the Hezekiah Prayer Ministries, Pastor Kwabena Owusu Adjei, has challenged General Overseer of the Glorious Word Power Ministry International, Prophet Owusu Bempah, to a spiritual battle. He [Pastor Adjei] is willing to sacrifice his calling, church and ministry in the challenge in order to make former President John Mahama win the 2020 polls and President Akufo-Addo lose.

The man of God told Rainbow Radio 87.5Fm he is ready to send Mr Mahama to the Jubilee House and ensure that Nana Addo is walked out of the presidency.

‘’I am challenging Owusu Bempah to a spiritual battle. If Mahama is elected flagbearer, I will sacrifice my ministry and calling and see to it that, he is elected in 2020 as president and see President Nana Addo lose. Prophet Bempah should show me the power he possesses.’’

‘’Owusu Bempah is not God to declare the winner of an election. Just like Mahama won the 2012 polls, he can win it in 2020. It is not Owusu Bempah who will determine winner of 2020. If Owusu Bempah is strong and one who is spot on with prophetic directions, he should advice and direct the president to turn the economy around.’’

‘’He [Bempah] is a disgrace to the prophetic ministry. He is disgracing God. He is one of the prophets making people insult men of God. If he is the one who prophesied about Nana Addo’s victory in 2016, then I am challenging him to this spiritual battle on who will win the 2020 polls. I am willing to sacrifice everything and see to it that, Mr Mahama enters the Jubilee House.

He descried the high level of economic hardship, collapse of local banks and businesses; job loses and slammed the ruling government for failing to deliver on their campaign promises. He wondered why Nana Addo and his appointees have contracted loans when they spoke against it in 2016 and promised not contract loans.

‘’Where was Bempah when Bawumia lied to Ghanaians? Ghanaians are suffering, women are suffering, children are suffering, contractors are suffering, those who have worked are not being paid. The rest cannot also find jobs to do.’’

Source: rainbowradioonline.com
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