Controversial man of God, Isaac Owusu Bempah sent a powerful message to Ghanaians today at his church premises during service. He re-announced to his church members that he will curse some people for thirty days. Today marked the seventh day. He went ahead to confirm some rumors circulating that his curses are incompetent.
Reacting to these rumors, Owusu Bempah declared that if those curses do not work, then Ghanaians can fully say that he has not been called by God. He went ahead to boldly state that provided the curses do not work, Ghanaians should burn his house and church and in addition send him to Nsawam prisons.
"Today, I am going to curse some people. This is the seventh one. I have heard some rumors that my curses will not work. If it does not work then it means God has not called me. Burn my church and house if the curse does not work.
They can even send me to Nsawam prison in addition. I will curse them for thirty days", Reverend Isaac Owusu Bempah.
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