The head of the Glorious Word Ministries, Reverend Isaac Owusu Bempah, has denied supporting any of the contenders for the New Patriotic Party’s flagbearer position in the 2024 elections.
In contrast to rumors that he had declared Alan Kyerematen the winner, Reverend Owusu Bempah told Okay FM that he had made no such announcement in public.
He argued that as a prophet, he just carries out the will of God and has no stake in who is in charge.
He asserted to be aware of the outcome of the party’s 2023 presidential primary, but he would keep it to himself.
The time in which Reverend Owusu Bempah made his forecasts public has passed, and he has decided to engage the candidates in conversation about them instead.
“I have not declared my support for anyone. I have seen something and I know the winner but I won’t say it. I even know the person who’ll win the 2024 elections but I will not say it. I will meet the person and tell him. You can choose to believe it or not but no one can be president without my knowledge,” he said.
A well-known NPP supporter, Reverend Owusu Bempah, recently declared that he and President Akufo-Addo no longer get along.
He clarified that the president is surrounded by individuals who are not concerned about the interests of his government.
“Maybe it’s because of the people surrounding him; maybe he no longer listens to the voice of God because when I used to be closer to him, things were going better.
“Nothing has happened but, like they say, ‘you can force the horse to the riverside but you can’t force the horse to drink the water.’ So if he is going to humble himself again and give room, I believe it is not too late. Because the Nana Akufo-Addo I used to know with a good heart, for which God chose him, is not the same person I see today. It is not because I have anything against him,” the prophet said.
“Samuel was asked to anoint Saul to become King. Things did not go well. Things went rough, and that was because Saul became stubborn and was not listening to God and Samuel, so Samuel distanced himself from Saul.
“When Samuel tried to intervene at a point, God asked him to stay off because Saul had shown disobedience, and so I see that the pure heart of Akufo-Addo, for which God chose him, has changed.
“He doesn’t listen to God anymore, and the prayers that clergymen used to say for him, he doesn’t allow it any longer. So, if you like him to Saul, it is the same thing, Samuel was only instructed by God to anoint Saul because he was God’s own choice,” Rev. Isaac Owusu Bempah stressed.
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