The Founder and General Overseer of Alive Chapel International, Prophet Elisha Salifu Amoako has claimed that many Ghanaian prophets saw the coronavirus pandemic before it arrived in the country.
According to him, these prophets were scared to make such critical information public because of harassment from non-believers.
Ghanaian prophets have come under massive attack since the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic in the country, with many accusing them of not being as powerful as they claim to be.
It is a yearly ritual for Ghanaian prophets to make several prophecies, especially during their 31st December services. During these services, most of these prophets make all manner of predictions, mostly about the death of prominent persons.
However, none of these Prophets were able to predict the emergence of the pandemic that caused much destruction in the entire world. This has led to many critics descending on Ghanaian prophets for not being as powerful as they claim.
Reacting to this, Prophet Salifu Amoako said God revealed to many prophets but they were afraid to make it public for fear of harassment from Ghanaians who are now “very rebellious of the work of God.”
Speaking on Asempa Fm’s Ekosii Sen, Prophet Amoako said, “Many prophets, both home and abroad, saw the coronavirus pandemic coming but they were afraid to talk due to persecution but their prayers have helped limit the number of deaths,”
The Alive Chapel Founder maintained that every country in the world needs prophets because “we are the light of the nation.”