There’ll Be War In Ghana…Blood Will Flow Like “Water”; Come 2016 – Owusu Bempah

There’ll Be War In Ghana…Blood Will Flow Like “Water”; Come 2016 – Owusu Bempah

Ghanaians have been advised to pray earnestly without ceasing for the nation or else they will have to blame themselves for the onslaught that is lying in wait for the country, come 2016.

Rev. Isaac Owusu Bempah has admonished the citizens, particularly Christians in the country to exercise their authority in prayer because the year 2016 will not bring ‘good news’ for the people in the country.

He forewarned Ghanaians of the trouble that would arise as a result of the 2016 general elections.

The Founder and Leader of the Glorious Word Ministry International says Ghana will record series of wars in the year 2016 and the war will so heighten that not even single person can escape.

According to the Prophet, he also foresees a major blood bath in the country. He told his congregants that blood will flow in the country like “water” in the 2016 general elections.

He further disclosed that aside the wars and shedding of blood in Ghana, there will be “gun fires” which will riddle the entire nation.

The Lord is speaking to me that the 2016 general elections will bring war into Ghana. I mean a strong war. Gun fires, fire outbreaks and a massive blood bath will happen in Ghana. If you’re not careful blood will flow like water.

As for this, you can never say you won’t be affected. Even if when you sit aloof, somebody will definitely cause trouble for you…The Lord told me that he has given Christians an authority to pray and stop” the onslaught that awaits the nation. “That’s what the Lord told me to tell the nation.”

Rev. Owusu Bempah also took a swipe at those who have made it their profession to criticize him and the prophecies he declares, saying “sometimes people ask men of God why they talk about politics but they forget that the men of God are all Ghanaians. We all pay tax.”

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