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‘I won’t tell you who will win or lose’ – Owusu-Bempah explains U-turn on 2024 polls

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During the 31st December Watch Night Service, Apostle Isaac Owusu-Bempah, Founder of Glorious Word Power Ministries International, abstained from making final judgments on the 2024 presidential elections.

His decision to keep silent on who would be Ghana’s next president comes six months after he predicted that whomever becomes the country’s next president will come from his church grounds.

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Bempah, noted for his political forecasts, including the controversial 2016 election triumph of president Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, explained in June 2023.

“Those audios on social media that people are thinking will bring Owusu Bempah down, that is laughable. I have said even harsher things. Everything I said of Victor Kusi Boateng is true, I have confronted him about it before.

“Look, whoever will be president will emanate from here, whether you like it or not, believe it or choose not to, I rest my case,” he said to applause and cheers from members of his congregation.

Why I’m not declaring who will win the 2024 elections

On the 2024 election, Owusu-Bempah said there was no need to think of who will win but the bloody circumstance that may result is what citizens must work to avert. “Maybe you are looking at the party that will win. If God doesn’t intervene, there could be confusion and attendant mayhem that could trigger blood spillage and unfortunate things will happen,” he added.

He warned against criticizing, condemning, or attacking prophets for seemingly seeing only negative staff.

“Let’s be careful and prayerful, let the loser accept and the winner celebrate. I won’t tell you who will win or lose, but from today till the vote, it is important to always remembers Ghana in prayers.

Ghana’s next elections are scheduled for December 2024, with the presidential contest between John Dramani Mahama and Vice President Mahamudu Bawumia, the flagbearer of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP), generally predicted.

 

 

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