Prophet Owusu Bempah is back again with another prediction ahead of this year’s election. This time he says the EC boss will die, if she rigs the election in favour of the NDC, come December.
Founder of Glorious Word Power Ministry International, Prophet Dr. Isaac Owusu Bempah, has indicated that Chairperson of the Election Commission (EC), Madam Charlotte Osei will die, if she conspires with the NDC to rig this year’s elections in favour of President Mahama.
The prophet has claimed that God will strike her with a strange disease which will send her to an early grave, should she falsely declare Mahama winner.
Speaking on Oman FM, on Wednesday, the prophet reportedly spoke about his recent revelation, that the EC boss has connived with the NDC to rig the elections in their favour.
Following his assertions, he was asked whether he has a personal grudge with the EC boss. But prophet Owusu Benpah replied he had nothing of the sort with Charlotte Osei. Rather he declared that:
“If Charlotte Osei fails to be careful and take certain decisions in favour President Mahama and end up subverting the will of God concerning this year’s election, she will die.”
Owusu Bempah has reportedly said that the Flagbearer of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Nana Addo, will emerge victorious in the coming elections, according to his revelations. He also revealed that the NDC has made spiritual consultations regarding their chances of winning the elections. The ruling party, he said, found out from the consultations that the elections will not favour them.
He then implied that having known their fate come December, the NDC has resorted to several strategies including conspiring with Charlotte Osei to ensure that decisions by the Commission favoured them.
Though the authenticity of the report was not confirmed, Prophet Owusu Bempah was reported earlier this year to have vowed to burn his bible, if President Mahama wins the presidential elections. His recent assertion that the EC boss will die if she rigs the election has fueled the anxiety of many Ghanaians who can no longer wait to see the outcome of this year’s election.