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Rev Owusu Bempah curses critiques over Trump’s elections Prophesy

Rev Owusu Bempah curses critiques over Trump's elections Prophesy

Rev Owusu Bempah curses critiques over Trump’s elections Prophesy

The founder and leader of the Glorious Word and Power Ministry, Rev Owusu Bempah has denied ever prophesying that American President Donald Trump will win the 2020 United States elections to retain his seat.

This follows criticism after the alleged prophesy which was in favour of President Trump swerved.

Prophet Bempah said on Okay FM that he never predicted victory for Donald Trump and that those making such claims were people who loathe him.

“If anyone says that I prophesied a victory for Trump then that person just hates me. In my interview, I never said Trump was going to win. Anyone who says otherwise is peddling falsehood about me,” he said.

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Since the elections were called for Joe Biden, the President-elect, Rev Bempah  became the troll on social media with lots of criticizers discrediting his prophetic prowess.

Reacting to the trolls, Rev Bempah evoke curses on the people who allegedly making mockery of his Prophetic ministry.

In a viral video, Rev Bempah invoked curses of death and poverty on persons ridiculing his ministry.

He lamented that he has neither stolen nor raped anyone to warrant the attacks targeted at him.

Rev Bempah protested that he is just a man through whom God speaks to His people and would not say thing to suit himself.

“If it is God who spoke to me and it’s not out of my own volition… I have not stolen, neither have I raped anyone. So if I say God has revealed this to me and you speak against me, God will visit you.

That gentleman who was at the airport insulting me, he will die a miserable death, they will suffer on earth before they die.

Whoever wants to challenge me should write today’s date down, I have not lied,” he said.

Source: www.spotonnews.net

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