More grisly deaths ahead as politicians bay for blood – Owusu Bempah

The leader and founder of Glorious Way Chapel International, Prophet Owusu Bempah is predicting more gruesome deaths await Ghanaians as the country goes to the polls in November.

According to him, politicians wanting to win power and those who want to hang on to power are scheming for human blood for ritual purposes.

For instance, more accidents should be expected, he declared.

“Some people need blood to do some rituals in this country; some people need blood for power, blood to take up a position that does not belong to them,” he foresaw.

Speaking to Onua News, Prophet Owusu Bempah said some of the prophecies are yet to be fulfilled, adding that what the nation is currently experiencing, in terms of ghastly accidents, are only a tip of the iceberg.

He noted that more lives and properties are going to be consumed by fires even during the rainy season.

“Even in rainy season there shall be fire outbreaks, just like what happened at the Kwame Nkrumah Circle where fire and water claimed several lives when it was raining.

“When bad spirits are at work, it doesn’t matter the timing because it is bad spirits at work. ……. I know some spirits that confessed to me over what they do when they need blood.”

He deprecated his critics’ position on his prophecies and warned men of God who criticize him to desist from doing so and rather channel their energy into praying for the country.

He, however, commended the women’s prayer group, Women Aglow International, for interceding on behalf of the nation, adding that his intercessory group would take it upon themselves to pray for the nation.

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The leader and founder of the Glorious Way Chapel International on December 31, 2015 gave out 32 prophecies some of which spell doom for the country.

According to the prophecy, fire outbreaks, strange diseases as well as road accidents were to befall the nation.

Source: Nhyiraba Akomapa | Onua  95.1 FM |