Rev Owusu Bempah of the Glorious Word and Prophetic Ministry has broken his silence on the outcome of the presidential results which had his predictions come true.
Rev. Owusu Bempah and Prophet Nigel Gaisie had a banter few hours to the general elections when they clashed on live radio to defend their prophecies about the elections.
According to Nigel Gaisie, NDC’s presidential candidate John Dramani Mahama would win the elections, Rev Owusu Bempah on the other hand also declared current President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo as the one to win the elections.
Since Owusu Bempah’s prediction was the one that came true, Nigel Gaisei has been blasted by many on social media which even made him to curse a troll, click here to see what happened.
Speaking in an interview on Accra-based Okay FM on the turnout of events, Owusu Bempah noted that President Akufo-Addo’s good works fulfilled God’s purpose for him.
He stressed God, aside the numerous prophecies, revealed the President’s victory to him again a few days to the election day.
“I was driving last week Wednesday when I saw Ghana’s flag in the sky with Akufo-Addo sitting on the throne surrounded by four angels. So I believe God’s prophecy has been fulfilled,” he said.
According to the man of God, but for some events that took place in the spiritual realm, the margin should have been much greater than what happened.
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Meanwhile the EC Chairperson, Mrs Jean Mensa has declared Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo as the President of Ghana for the next four years.
This was after she announced the results of 274 out of 275 constituencies in the country, leaving out the Techiman South constituency.
According to the Electoral Commission, the total number of valid votes cast was 13,434,574 representing 79% of total registered voters.
The sitting President, Akufo-Addo obtained 6,730,413 votes, representing 51.59% while his main contender, the flagbearer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), John Dramani Mahama followed suite with 6,214,889, representing 47.36% of the total ballots cast.
Christian Kwabena Andrews, the flagbearer of the Ghana Union Movement (GUM) placed third in the race, garnering 105,565 votes, representing 0.80% of the total ballots cast.