Pastor who Daftly ‘Prophesied’ Death for McBrown’s New Child Apologizes after Intense Backlash from Ghanaians

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The junior pastor of Owusu Bempah’s church who prophesied doom on the infant child of Nana Ama McBrown has been forced to apologize for his daft prophecy after immense backlash from infuriated Ghanaians.

These crazy prophets who feel they can say anything just to ‘trend’ have now taken their ‘doom’ prophecies from the celebrities themselves and extended it to infants. How shameless can one be?

Nana Adu Berchie, who is a junior pastor in Owusu Bempah’s church, claimed that he had seen that McBrown’s new daughter would die soon and that Ghanaians should pray for her.

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“Please with all humility let’s all pray for our dear sister Nana Ama Mcbrown. I saw something die in her arms and she was crying seriously. Please.” he wrote on social media.

However, his post did not go down well with the public and he has been thoroughly lambasted for it with no mercy, as he should. Prophesying about celebrities dying have always been unseemly but taking it to children is just crossing a line.

After all that slamming, he has apologized to the actress and her followers. He now claims his prophecy had nothing to do with her kid at all but that it was simply misrepresented.

Listen to him below…

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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