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Bishop Agyinasare Issues A Doom Prophecy, And Ghana Must Be Praying4h5227🔥


Tinch

2020-10-23 17:39:58

The Founder and Leader of Perez Chapel International, Bishop Charles Agyinasare has cautioned that West African states are under attack from demonic spirits, and that until nations begin to pray it would end in a catastrophe. He mentioned that there is a satanic agenda to destabilize West African countries at this period of the year.

On his Facebook page, Bishop Agyinasare called on all Ghanaians and other countries to intercede in prayer to avert these attacks. He mentioned that tension building up in Mali and Nigeria could escalate and overwhelm neighbouring countries if care is not taken. He clarified that until Ghana and other neighboring countries trust God to redeem these nations, the entire West Africa will be plunged into chaos.

“There is a satanic plan and agenda to destabilize West Africa. See what is happening in Mali… there was a coup and its still not settled. See the bloodshed in Nigeria. See how the demonstrators were shot and how some demonstrators are also burning properties. Already in Africa, we don’t have it all, so if we burn our offices and properties then its a problem. We have issues, yes and I agree with the youth, we have issues and those issues must be addressed.

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“And, we must begin to pray because we don’t want that to turn into something else. Nigeria is the most populous place in Africa. If anything should go on in Nigeria, where are the people going to go? The nations in West Africa cannot contain our brethren in Nigeria,” he explained.

Bishop Agyinasare added that there is also an attack on Ghana as it nears the election day.

“…we come against every plan of hell, every plan of the devil against this nation. Ghana is will not be turned into a civil war. Confusion will not set into this land,” he prayed.

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