Fake prophets bleach their faces and their prophecies are projections – Sam Korankye Ankrah

Sam Korankye Ankrah exposes two major characteristics of fake prophets in Ghana

One major threat to Christianity In Ghana is the huge emergence of fake prophets in the country. Many people have raised their voice on their activities and Reverend Sam Korankye Ankrah has added his voice.

Reverend Korankye Ankrah is the General Overseer of Royalhouse Chapel International and he has listed 2 major things that expose fake prophets particularly in Ghana.

According to the renowned man of God, most fake prophets in Ghana have bleached faces and their prophecies are simply projections which simply put fear in people and give false hope.

Reverend Korankye Ankrah the General Overseer of Royalhouse Chapel International

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Rev. Same Korankye Ankrah made these observation whiles preaching to his congregation at his church over the weekend.

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The much-revered man of God said to his church members:

“Although I have never been to their churches, I hear them on radio and if you look carefully, you can easily spot them. I hear them on the radio and see them on TV I will tell you a few characteristics of fake prophets”

“Number One major thing I have noticed about these fake prophets is their bleached faces. Most fake prophets have bleached their faces and it’s soo easy to spot when you see them. They all have bleached faces.”

“Secondly, their so-called prophecies and miracles are simply projections rather than divine revelations given them by God.”

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“Let me show you the advantage that they have over the people that follow them; remember that prophecy is to declare and to speak, and, so, he [fake prophet] is in a position to declare and to speak; and whatever he speaks and he declares, always cows and controls the people so that the people will always follow until something happens”, Reverend Sam Korankye Ankrah said.

The alarming issue of fake prophets enriching themselves over the innocence and sometimes stupidity of their followers have become a headache in Ghana.

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There are believes that it’s as a result of their actions that the government of Ghana attempted to tax churches in Ghana.

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