On November 13, 2020 Opambour averred on Prophet One TV that he doesn’t vehemently search for presidents to prophesy about their fortunes in an elections but rather the head of states recognize his anointing and come to his presences at Kumasi for divine direction concerning their political career.
He made such statement to shade Prophet Owusu Bempah for asseverating that he asked his son, Prophet Agyemang Prempeh to contact Donald Trump on his behalf because of a vision he had on USA elections.
According to Opambour, the current president of Côte d'Ivoire, Alassane Ouattara initially sent a delegation and finally came to his church for prophetic word relative to their elections. Ouattara is a Muslim and economists by profession.
Before that Opambour claimed Koudou Laurent Gbagbo, former President of Côte d'Ivoire visited him in his church when he was aspiring to be a president. Gbagbo is a catholic and history professor before his arrest in 2011.
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