Togbui Amuzu criticises Rev Owusu-Bempah

BY: Enoch Darfah Frimpong

A Spiritual scientist and herbalist, Prof Togbui Amuzu, has waded into the fray of prophecies and predictions about the fate of President John Dramani Mahama, challenging what he calls fallacies by doomsday prophets.

According to him, pronouncements by the Founder and Leader of the Glorious Word Ministry International, Rev Isaac Owusu-Bempah, which sought to the effect that President Mahama would die this year unless the President and his advisers took steps to reverse the prophecy were fallacies which should not be entertained.

“The likes of Rev Owusu-Bempah and other self-styled prophets must stop putting fear into people with delusions they call prophecies,” Togbui Amuzu said.

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Rev Owusu-Bempah’s prophecy drew reactions from the public, with the Founder of Action Faith Ministries, Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams, and the Presiding Bishop of the Word Miracle Church International, Rev Charles Agyin Asare, condemning it and cautioning the public to check the credibility of pastors who made doomsday prophecies on sitting Presidents.

Togbui Amuzu, who stormed the offices of the Daily Graphic yesterday, said contrary to Owusu-Bempah’s prophecy, his consultations with the ‘Spirit Temple’ revealed President Mahama would live to serve his four-year term.

“Although we are humans and may die some day, it is not yet time for President Mahama to die,” he said, adding that Rev Owusu-Bempah was not a true man of God but was worshipping some other spirit which is different from the Supreme God.

Togbui Amuzu also said that the spirit of the gods had called for intensified prayer for the President to denounce such fallacies masquerading as prophecies from the Supreme God.

He wondered why people would rejoice at a hypocritical prophecy about someone’s death, adding, “If Owusu-Bempah were a true man of God, he would not have spoken the way he did but rather engaged in intercessory prayers.”

Togbui Amuzu, demonstrated his claim that President Mahama would serve his full term with two plain wooden plates on which were boldly written, “President Mahama will not die”, after chanting incantations for about three minutes.

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