Ghanaian Prophet. Isaac Owusu Bempah has reacted to the news from the camp of the Ghana Police Service that deters any prophet from speaking doom that threatens the life of another.
The Ghana Police Service in a media press cautioned pastors in Ghana over doom prophecies about famous people.
According to the Police, their actions are against the laws of the country and pastors who continue in that tangent will face the law.
This message from the Police comes in wake of the arrest and prosecution of Prophet Steven Akwasi Appiah alias Jesus Ahuofe over his gunshot attack prophesy on musician Shatta Wale.
Reacting to the news, Owusu Bempah who is also known for dishing out doom prophecies has revealed that some pastors are worried about the behaviour of the new police administration in dealing with prophets.
This follows the arrest of Prophet Owusu Bempah himself and Bishop Stephen Akwasi Appiah alias Jesus Ahuofe who said Shatta Wale would be shot dead on October 18, 2021, causing the dancehall act to create a hoax ending him in jail.
Speaking in church yesterday, Prophet Owusu Bempah revealed that he’s received lots of calls from pastors expressing concern over the new IGP.
According to Prophet Owusu Bempah, he doesn’t want to believe the new IGP is against prophecies.
He said he’s received information that the late Prophet T.B Joshua was the spiritual father of IGP Akuffo Dampare so he can’t hate prophecies.
The man of God added that IGP’s best friend is Prophet Victor Kusi Boateng so he wouldn’t believe he hates prophecies.