Founder of Glorious Word Ministry Rev. Isaac Owusu Bempah over his prophesy of the death of “their son” in 2019, stating that Dr Bawumia fears Allah, not death and even if his claims are true, it won’t come to pass, MyNewsGh.com can report.
According to the aggrieved kinsmen who spoke exclusively to MyNewsGh.com from Bawumia’s hometown in Walewale, they will not sit aloof and allow him hardworking cause fear and panic among residents with such a doomsday prophecy about the death of their illustrious son who they hold in high esteem.
A sub-chief from the Walewale Traditional who spoke for the group, maintained that Dr Bawumia is a royal to the Mamprugu Kingdom and a devout Muslim who believes in and fears only Allah, not death, and therefore is committed to only his teachings and directives to damning the so-called unconfirmed prophecies predicting his death.
“Our son is a devout Muslim and a royal of the Mamprugu Kingdom who also believes in the dictates and teachings of Allah as a devout Muslim. In as much as we respect Rev. Isaac Owusu Bempah, I am at a loss as to why his prophecies are always about deaths. We will not sit down and allow our son go die against God’s plans”, he warned.
Rev. Isaac Owusu Bempah,on New Year eve prophesied that former President John Mahama and current Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia are going to die this year.
Founder and leader of the True Word Prophetic Ministry International, Prophet Nigel Gaisie also sought to make a similar prophecy by suggesting that Dr Bawumia might lose life in 2019 if prayers are not administered to avert the doom ahead.
According to him Ghana is likely to replace Dr Bawumia with a female vice president and the only possible way for this to happen is when Dr Bawumia resigns or die.
But kinsmen insist that the Vice President is never going to die and have slammed the pastors who prophesied his death stating that his family is a Muslim family that believes that every individual will die no matter what, so they do not fear death.
The Spokesperson indicated that the pastors who have predicted the death of their brother and son should rather focus on protecting themselves from death because their family has seen several deaths and have embraced it wholeheartedly as committed Muslims warning that they stand the chance to die first.
“Tell the pastors that we don’t fear death in our family. We are Muslims and we don’t fear death” he told MyNewsGh.com.