Founder and Leader of the Heavens Gate Ministries, Prophet Nicholas Osei has charged self acclaimed prophets in Ghana to attach common sense to the interpretation of their prophesies.
Prophet Kumchacha said, prophecy is biblical however, men of God should not take advantage to cause division in the country.
Prophesying things which are bound to happen every year has become a culture by some men of God during their December 31 watch night service.
Famous among them is the Founder and leader of Glorious Word Power Ministry International, Rev Isaac Owusu Bempah who cautioned the incumbent party that they should be wary of complacency in the December elections. He intimated that although the victory of the New Patriotic Party had been confirmed in the heavens, there was the need to work very hard.
He also disclosed that there were plans to eliminate the Chairperson of the Electoral Commission, Madam Jean Mensa and called for security to be beefed up around her. He added that an earlier attempt had been done spiritually but he intervened to save her, stressing that she was not out of the woods yet.
Contrary to the prophesy of Rev. Owusu Bempah about who wins the 2020 General election is the founder and leader of True Word Prophetic ministry Prophet Nigel Gaisie who said the National Democratic Congress(NDC) led by its flagbearer former President John Dramani Mahama would win the 2020 elections with 52.1% .
But commenting on these controversial prophesies, Prophet Kumchacha said: “you have members of your church belonging to at least NPP or NDC and so if you don’t use common sense in the interpretation of your prophesies, you end up causing division.”
Speaking to Akua Nyarko Abronoma, Host of Dinpa anopa bosuo on Dinpa 91.3FM Monday January 6, the outspoken man of God said, “a Prophet who gives prophecy that if the former President fails to win the election, then it has been rig should have faced firing squad because this could jeopardize the peace and stability of the nation after the polls.”
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This year 2020 is an election year and Ghanaians would December 7 go to the polls to elect a new president to handle the affairs of the country for the next four (4) years.