News

Coronavirus has exposed Ghanaian prophets – Preacher mocks

1 Mins read

Church of Christ Preacher, Daniel Owusu Asiamah has scoffed at prophets in Ghana over their inability to foresee the coronavirus pandemic.

Speaking in an exclusive interview on Empire 102.7fm News in Takoradi, the tough speaking international preacher wondered why none of the prophets in Ghana could tell about the emergence of the virus.

“This Coronavirus has really exposed the so-called prophets in Ghana, so they did not see it coming, I also tell Ghanaians that we have no genuine prophets in Ghana, they only deceive the followers with that title, they organise crusades and heal the afflicted, sick and the dead, why are they not healing people who are infected with the disease, they are all charlatans”.

He further argued that the truth about prophets in the bible especially, the old testament is that God appointed prophets mainly to come and prophesy about the coming of Jesus Christ and also gave the prophet to Children of Israel so that they know what God wanted them to do.

“Now, today if anybody claims to be a prophet like Isaiah, Jeremiah, Daniel and the likes, I’m saying he or she is a liar, everybody should read Luke 16 vrs 16, the last prophet God brought was John the Baptist, the prophets in the Old Testament are different from that of the New testament my argument is that in the New Testament the prophets were mere church members”, he buttressed his point.

He commended the President for the national day of fasting and prayers to seek the face of God in the fight against COVID 19.

See also  GPHA suspends charges on uncleared cargo caused by coronavirus lockdown
Related posts
localNews

Ghana's Tema Port Traffic Declines as Lome Port Emerges as Fierce Competitor

2 Mins read
Ghana’s Tema Port Traffic Declines as Lome Port Emerges as Fierce Competitor The Importers and Exporters Association of Ghana has raised concerns…
EconomyfinancelocalNews

IMF Forecasts 5% Growth Rate for Ghana in 2025

1 Mins read
IMF Forecasts 5% Growth Rate for Ghana in 2025 The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has projected a robust growth of 4.4% for…
Banking and FinanceBusinessfinancelocalNews

Development Bank Ghana Sets Ambitious Goal of GH¢1bn Funding for Commercial Banks in 2024

2 Mins read
Development Bank Ghana Sets Ambitious Goal of GH¢1bn Funding for Commercial Banks in 2024 Development Bank Ghana has revealed that it is…

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *