You Can Drink My Blood, I’m Never Going To Apologize — Owusu Bempah Responds To The Muslim Youth Threat

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Owusu Bempah has responded to the call on him to apologize by some Muslim youth angry at him for predicting death for the National Chief Imam.

According to the preacher and prophet of doom, the only way he’s going to apologize is over his dead body.

A spokesperson for the founder and leader of the Glorious Word Power Ministry reacted to the call for an apology on behalf of the preacher and said since the prophecy came from God, there’s no way Bempah is going to apoologize for it.

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“Their request has no grounding. He was not the one who said it but God spoke through him. It is only God who can reverse the prophecies, not Papa Owusu Bempah. He is only a vessel that was used for that purpose of conveying the message. God cannot direct him to speak on a particular subject and will say a different thing,” Associate Pastor, Reverend Nana Mensa Ofori said on Nhyira Fm on behalf of his boss.

“The decision for Rev Owusu Bempah to apologize and retract will not hold. If God speaks through me that next year you will be rich and I convey that message to you and you examine yourself that it is not impossible and confront…asking me to stand before the public to announce a counter-prophecy…if I do that I really do not know the God I am working with… it means I said it at the first instance on my own volition” he continued.

Bempah’s prophecy of death for the Chief Imam this year did not really sit well with Muslims, with some group of them attacking his church and another asking him to apologize or they’ll drink his blood like ‘sobolo’.

Bempah’s answer is clear — he’s never going to apologize.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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