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TB Joshua wanted to visit me but I couldn’t get time for him – Rev Owusu Bempah claims

Reverend Isaac Owusu Bempah, the leader of the Glorious Word Power Ministry in Accra has started throwing his weight shortly after the death of TB Joshua – Temitope Balogun Joshua.

In a fresh interview with Neat FM, the controversial Ghanian prophet said that he once engaged TB Joshua on phone over a program he wanted him to feature in Nigeria but then he had a misunderstanding with him over how things should have turned out.

Owusu Bempah says during the exchanges, he got angry and prophesied that four people were going to die at the event, which according to him came to pass. He stated that days after the program, musician Kwame A Plus and a statesman whose name he refused to mention visited him with words from TB Joshua.

Reverend Owusu Bempah added he spoke with TB Joshua via phone; adding that the famed prophet later asked to pay him a visit in Ghana. Owusu Bempah says he promised to get back to him on a day appropriate for a visit but he could not see through his promise as he was engaged in other things.

“I never met him in person but I remember an issue happened in the past. He had a program in Ghana and my name was captured as one of the preachers.

“I had an interview with another radio station and I told them I was unaware of the program. The things I said did not go down well TB Joshua’s pastors came out and attacked me which led to banter on the radio. I told them that four people were going to die at the program and it happened.

“Sometime after the program, A Plus and some influential man came to my house. The message was that TB Joshua wanted to speak with me so we spoke on phone. He said that he has seen the good works I was doing wanted to visit me.

I didn’t speak with him again. He asked me to give him time for the time but I couldn’t get him the time. I promised to get back to him on the day he can visit but I couldn’t do it and that was the last time I heard from him” he said.


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