President Mahama will die this year unless… Rev Owusu Bempah
The founder and leader of Glorious Word Ministry International, Rev.Isaac Owusu Bempah has predicted that Ghana’s current President, John Dramani Mahama, will die this year unless the President and his advisers take steps to reverse it.
According to Rev Bempah, the earth-shattering prophesy was revealed to him on the night of December 31, 2012 and he announced it at the Church’s end of year service.
Rev Owusu Bempah confirmed the prophesy President Mahama, as well as other revelations in an interview on Adom TV’s Pampaso Thursday night, and on Adom FM’s Dwaso Nsem morning show on Friday February 8, 2013.
He bemoaned his inability to meet the President and inform him about the dark cloud hanging over his head and the necessary steps to be taken to avert the looming disaster.
“I have not been able to meet President Mahama and inform him. A similar thing happened when I prophesied about the late President Mills, but they turned me away.”
He was at pains to stress, however, that the impending calamity could be averted if the entire nation but especially the President sought God’s help through prayer. Members of the Glorious Word Ministry International had already embarked on a fasting and prayer session.
The well-known man of God, who had earlier prophesied the death in 2012 of the late President John Atta Mills and former Vice President Aliu Mahama as well as a plane crash on December 31, 2011, also revealed the previous day on Adom TV’s Pampaso programme that the NPP was set to win its petition at the Supreme Court challenging the 2012 election results.
Not too long after Nana Akufo-Addo is sworn in as President, however, a senior member of the NPP who had held a national leadership position would pass away, the Prophet revealed.
It was not a done deal however, Rev Owusu Bempah added, and called on the 9 Supreme court judges presiding over the NPP’s petition to be bold and be true to the facts and evidence provided by the petitioners and respondents.
“I am pleading with the judges to be bold and speak the truth in their ruling; they hold the destiny of Ghana in their hands. They should remember they will also be judged by the Almighty when they die and if they give a false ruling they will account for it before their maker.
“If we are not careful, there will be trouble in Ghana after the judgment, unless we pray.”