Reverend Owusu Bempah is currently making name all over the country as he keeps on featuring in headlines for both positive and negative reasons.
The man of God who is the founder of Glorious Word Ministry International during the 31st night prophesied dooms on the fate of some prominent people in Ghana.
In his revelation, he emphatically stated that some prominent people, including the ex-president and a former president, would die in the course of the year.
Owusu Bempah further revealed that there will be National Islamic funeral because Vice President of a sitting President and a Chief Imam would also die if nothing is done to avert the doom with all these prophecies said to be unconfirmed.
Well, after a video of his prophecies went viral on social media, many people jabbed and lashed him for predicting only dooms on people.
Now, the Deputy General Secretary of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Nana Obiri Boahen has trashed the prophecies of Reverend Isaac Owusu Bempah saying he trusts the dreaded Antoa deity more than him and his prophecies combined.
“Do we do this? NO, so it gives me hope and confidence as an individual in my Catholic faith. Apart from that, it gives me hope in my belief in the traditional African Religion which Antao is part.
“I believe in Antoa and other gods of the country and I believe in the fetish priest not a hundred percent because some fetish priest could also divert what the gods say. It gives me confidence and trusts that every religion is good hence you don’t need to insult a Muslim, you don’t need to insult a pastor”, He said.
The private legal practitioner also indicated that there is no need for Christian pastors to insult other religious bodies by saying they are not good or they cannot lead people into heaven as always been the case.
According to him, he will personally not take any prophecy from Rev Owusu Bempah serious wondering why he openly made certain prophecies in his church which has resulted in the anger of a section of the Ghanaian public chiding him for what he termed as violating the laws by the way he goes about his prophecies.