2024 elections will be bloody, Jubilee House could be attacked – Rev. Owusu Bempah prophesies
The 2024 elections would be marred by deadly violence, according to a prophecy made by Reverend Isaac Owusu Bempah, the founder and leader of the Glorious Word Power Ministries International.
He asserts that there are demonic angels in the spiritual world planning to utilize the next elections to undermine the stability of the nation’s peace and tranquillity.
Reverend Owusu Bempah counseled the public to concentrate on prayer to avert the impending tragedy rather than on who wins the elections in an interview with Okay FM, based in Accra, on August 1.
Additionally, he cautioned politicians to put the nation’s peace ahead of their political interests in gaining power because it will be challenging to rule a war-torn nation.
“There’s war in 2024 elections more than victory. If we don’t pray, what will happen in Ghana will not be good. 2024 elections will be more serious than any other elections. I plead with all Christians and all Ghanaians to start praying about it even though we haven’t gotten into 2024. We shouldn’t be focused on who wins but we should be focused on our lives and the peace of the nation.
“There have been wars in other countries because of elections. For the 2024 elections, I see more danger than victory. I plead with authorities to also put measures in place because there is fighting in the 2024 elections and if care is not taken, it will be the first time the will be war in Ghana that the will be firing of guns, burning and attacks on Jubilee House. It wouldn’t help so let’s pray about it.
“I have seen it and I have said it. It should not be misconstrued. I say every time and people insult me. Instead of you to insult me, use it to pray. Those who believe should pray. 2024 elections is bloody because spiritually, there are angels from the devil-wielding machetes who want to use the elections to claim lives.
“Ghana needs the hand of God. Let’s not let the position be ‘sweet’ for us but rather we should think about lives. I plead with politicians to have love for Ghana than the positions,” Reverend Owusu Bempah said.
Between the New Patriotic Party (NPP) and National Democratic Congress, the two largest political parties in the nation, the general elections of 2024 are anticipated to be fiercely contested.
The NDC is preparing to seize control from the ruling party as the NPP attempts to prolong its reign with a strategy it has dubbed “break the 8.”