Prophet Owusu Bempah is in trouble after his recent comments he made about John Mahama. According to the powerful man of God, John Mahama has been given the mark of Cain and for that reason he will never win any election in Ghana.
This has not gone down well with a lot of John Mahama's supporters. According to one Prophetess Marie, Owusu Bempah is just making this comments because he knows Mahama is the choice of the people for 2024 and wants to discredit him.
She said for his comments John Mahama should sue him and also put an injunction on him. All he has seen is a loophole that the party is in crisis and only Mahama can take them out so he is trying to plug in.
She said this prophecy was not needed when we are in Easter period. He should be preaching about salvation and the sacrifices God made.
Do you think its time Ghanaians take on Prophets for making comments about politics when they should be preaching about salvation? Is Mahama winning the 2024 elections?
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