Ghanaian prophet and Leader of the Glorious Word International Ministry, Prophet Isaac Owusu Bempah, has sent a word of caution to the inspector General of the Ghana Police Service, Mr. George Akufo-Dampari, over a prophecy he made public.
Prophet Isaac Owusu Bempah's message to the IGP came from a prophecy he made on okay FM. According to the prophet, we saw chaos at the Jubilee House due to the 2024 general elections. He specifically noted that he saw gunshots, burnings, and other violent activities.
Rev. Isaac Owusu Bempah, as a result, used the medium to entreat all Ghanaians to go on their knees and pray for mother Ghana. He emphasized that elections have led to the destruction of peace in many countries and that what he says should not be taken for granted or as a threat.
He again stated that he is a mouthpiece of God and says what God has revealed to him, and what he is saying should be taken as a "prophecy from God and not a threat to the security of the Nation."
The Man of God concluded that all and sundry should join hands and expect the IGP himself to pray for the country. He stressed that the message from God should be considered as something to cause fear or panic.
He said, "I am not saying this to cause any fear and panic, but I am just saying it so that Ghanaians will pray to avert such evil occurrence, and I don't expect the Inspector General of Police to consider this as a threat to the country's security but a prophecy from a man of God,"
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