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Do You Know What I Did In Chief Imam’s Bedroom? He Visits Me To Look Into His Destiny – Owusu Bempah Claims



Rev. Isaac Owusu Bempah of the Glorious Word Power Ministries International has reiterated his call for people to desist from saying what they do not know about the work of men of God.

He disclosed that some leaders in the country routinely consult people like him with respect to their destinies.

He cited the case of the Chief Imam and his encounter with the Muslim leader back in 2019 months after he had prophesied that Sheikh Osman Nuhu Sharubutu was going to die in a New Year prophecy session in 2018.

Four years on, Owusu Bempah cited the Chief Imam during the 2022 Watchnight service his church held.

“Whatever I see today, I will proclaim. People refer to my prophecy about the Chief Imam, that I prophesied about him and he is still alive. Do you know what went on between the Chief Imam and I?

“When I was in is bedroom, do you know what went on? Please, if you don’t know; don’t talk against it. Those saying such are kids, they don’t know anything. Most leaders come to us to look into their destinies,” he stressed.

Leading the congregation through the 31st December Watchnight Service at the headquarters of GWPMI, he emphasized that men of God in and of themselves did not prophesy except what God had revealed to them.

Bempah’s 2018 prophecy about the Imam’s death triggered an attack on his church premises by some irate youth but months on, he paid a visit to the Chief Imam, who accepted is apology and called for more interfaith cohesion in the country.


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