Rev. Bempah, Nigel Gaisie prophesy at 31st Night
Rev. Isaac Owusu-Bempah, the Head Pastor of Glorious Word Power Ministries International, has delivered a prophecy concerning a power outage in 2024. He urges all individuals involved in the energy sector to take their responsibilities seriously, as he predicts that the situation will be worse than the previous power crisis the country has experienced.
This proclamation was made during a Watchnight Service in December 2023, despite the caution from the Inspector General of Police (IGP), Dr. George Akuffo Dampare, who urged religious leaders to refrain from instilling fear and panic through their prophecies for the New Year. The IGP emphasized that while individuals have the right to practice their faith and express their opinions as guaranteed by the constitution, it is essential to uphold the rights and freedoms of others and the general public.
Archbishop Elisha Salifu Amoako, the Founder and Leader of Alive Chapel International, also shared his prophecies for the night of December 31st. During his sermon, he predicted a volatile 2024 election that would include a run-off, as well as the unfortunate deaths of four leaders and four pastors.
Nigel Gaise, the Founder of Prophetic Hill Chapel, also made a declaration by predicting the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) as the winners of the 2024 general election. In light of this, he urged NDC supporters to remain vigilant.
During the Watchnight Service on December 31st at the headquarters of Glorious Word Power Ministries International, Prophet Owusu Bempah emphasized that he prophesies only what God reveals to him. He described prophecies as heavenly plans for people on earth and as glimpses into the schemes of evil forces, enabling individuals to take action to prevent them. The speaker also made it clear that their prophetic abilities are not confined to the last night of the year, as God directs and intercedes to thwart imminent dangers. Here is a summary of Prophet Owusu Bempah’s prophecies:
1. A clash between police and military forces.
2. The outbreak of tribal warfare.
3. The nation will experience a dense darkness that will paralyze everything, necessitating diligent efforts from those in charge of power generation to prevent a calamity.
4. A vision of the sea turning bloody, symbolizing bloodshed in Ghana this year, with sharks representing conflict and injured fish symbolizing casualties.
5. Regarding the 2024 elections, Owusu-Bempah emphasized the importance of preventing a bloody and chaotic outcome, rather than focusing on which party will win.
6. Anticipated confusion and violent confrontations within the military, potentially starting at the higher ranks and spreading to lower levels.
7. The potential passing of a prominent religious leader unless the faithful intervene.
8. The anticipated departure of a significant political figure.
9. A major global event that will rock the world, possibly as grave as or worse than the COVID pandemic.
10. In a vision, a king was seen covered three times with a black cloth. If the cloth is not removed or lifted, a significant funeral may be imminent.
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