77 cows were buried alive on the night of December 6th to change things spiritually.- Prophet Bempah

“Elections in Ghana is not what we normally see physically where people are seen casting their votes into the ballot box. No body without strong spiritual backing can be a president because elections take place in the spiritual realms before the actual day of election”.

These were the exact words of Prophet Isaac Owusu Bempah, the founder and leader of Glorious Word Ministry International during a one on one interview with Captain Smart on Angel TV’s ‘Anopa Bofoɔ’ today.

According to the controversial prophet, a lot happened before and during this year’s elections spiritually, he added even after the elections there are still spiritual incantations going on and he will reveal so many things after the swearing in of the president on January 7th.

Prophet Isaac Owusu Bempah revealed a certain political party did all that they could spiritually to push things into their favour. He boldly revealed seventy live cattle were buried the night before the election day, just to achieve their political ambition.

“I never rested because I had to support the president with fasting and prayers to prevent anything bad from happening to him before December 7th. The forces that were battling the president was so strong that if not for the love of God he wouldn’t be alive before the elections day”, he noted.

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He concluded by revealing that one of the pre elections rituals done was the cow head that was seen in the Kronum, a suburb of kumasi with a party flag and a padlock attached to it’s mouth.

Do you think these rituals as revealed by the man of God were powerful enough to change the elections results or it’s the will of the people that actually came to pass?

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