The founder and leader of Alabaster International Ministry, Prophet Kofi Oduro has finally reacted to the just ended NPP national elections.
Speaking to his church members this morning about the topic; "Pride", Prophet Oduro heaped praises on the pastor who prayed for Justin Kodua. He added that what the pastor did was great and urged him to keep up the good work. He added that he was not shocked to see how he was praying for Justin Kodua.
Prophet Kofi Oduro revealed that while Justin Kodua was receiving prayers from a man of God, others were also speaking with pride because they had money. He added that those who had money were those who cried at the end of the elections.
"I saw Prophet Victor Kisi Boateng praying for Justin Kodua. I saw not shocked. The man was on his knees receiving benediction. Others with money and connection are talking big. When we finished, some people cried"
"I'm telling you all who are with your pride and arrogance, He is still giving you time to repent. Don't think that your prayers are answered. Pride is like a rotten fruit on the tree, it will surely come down" he said.
Watch the video below(53:00 onwards)
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