Relationship Expert/Life Coach Akua Nyameye has disclosed how a pastor ruined her relationship with an ex-boyfriend who travelled abroad.
In a chat on SVTV Africa, Mrs Nyameye shared some personal and work experiences as a relationship expert. According to Akua, her ex-boyfriend introduced her as his prospective wife to his pastor before leaving the country.
After a few months abroad, the pastor faked a vision about Akua’s family, instigating a breakup.
“My boyfriend came to Ghana once, and he ghosted me after. He wasn’t picking up my calls or talking to me. We spoke on the 31st of December, and my ex-boyfriend said he doesn’t love me anymore.
Four years later, he told me that he had a hard time when he arrived. Then the pastor told him it was my family that caused him hardship,” she recounted.
Moreover, the Life Coach mentioned that her ex-boyfriend eventually realised that the pastor was only after his money.
“It hurt me because nothing bad happened between us to cause that breakup. Later, my ex realised that the pastor was only after his money. It was too late for us to get back together,” Akua added.
Mrs Nyameye noted that people must be wary of fake prophecies and visions from ‘pastors.’ She advised Christians to seek confirmation from God after a prophecy.
Kindly watch the full interview below;
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