Reverend Isaac Owusu Bempah, founder and leader of the Glorious Word and Power Ministries, claims the country is facing harsh economic conditions as a result of the police’s harsh treatment of prophets.
In a recent interview, Bempah stated that the country’s current difficulties are not the result of normal circumstances, but of a spiritual issue.
Bempah claimed that the NPP government is working hard, but that the country is being held back from reaping the benefits because the police are stifling prophets.
In 2021, the Ghana Police Service issued a directive warning prophets not to deliver their traditional 31st-night prophecies, claiming that they cause fear and panic.
The Police reissued the communique ahead of this year’s 31st-night watch services.
In an interview with Dan Kwaku Yeboah, Bempah blamed the directive for all of Ghana’s ills.
“Nana Akufo-Addo is doing a lot, but it appears to be hidden because of this directive. It’s as if a blanket has been draped over the country. How can a sitting president and his vice president be booed in public? “It’s not normal,” he conceded.
Akufo-Addo was booed three times this year, once at the Global Citizen Concert at Black Star Square and twice during engagements outside of Accra.
When Vice President Mahamudu Bawumia represented the president at the annual Hogbetsotso Za in the Volta Region, he was booed.
“The president and his people should realise that something is not right. NPP came to power with a prophetic word. What myself and others saw showed that it was God who was bringing Akufo-Addo into office.
“In his first four years, things were very okay. Even as we speak, he is doing a lot but it seems that his efforts are concealed. There is a hand covering something and they must sit up. Any godly nation that rejects God will attract curses,” he added.
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