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Agyin-Asare Is Not From God & If Duncan-Williams Doesn't Respect My Ministry; I Respect His
Posted on: Thursday, February 14, 2013

The controversy surrounding Rev. Owusu-Bempah’s prophecy concerning the untimely death of President Mahama if nothing is done to curtail the situation has taken a whole new dimension, as the reverend minister has blatantly blamed Archbishop Duncan- Williams and Bishop Agyin-Asare for handling his message “immaturely”.

He alleges that the Archbishop’s defensive posture together with that of Bishop Agyin-Asare’s over his prophesy, could be borne out of a desperate attempt by the two to take away his spiritual shine or in other words his “glory”.

Though he admitted that the General Overseer of the Action Faith Chapel International, Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams, is a renowned person when it comes to the Christian faith, he failed not to remind him that the feat he has achieved today came with ups and downs including stepping on other people’s toes.

He out-rightly ruled out Bishop Agyin-Asare as a true man of God and made it clear that he wasn’t from God.

“I have prayed and if he (Agyin- Asare) wants to believe it, it is up to him. I am saying this because I don’t believe him. Agyin-Asare, I don’t believe he is a pastor...he can believe and delude himself as a man of God, but I don’t believe he is one...if he believes in the miracles he does and his people believe in him, my church members also accord me with that same respect,” he said.

He argued that ever since he made the public declaration and encountered sharp responses from people who disagreed with him, elderly men of God with the exception of Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams have invited him to their various homes and held a hearty chat with him.

He disclosed that he expected Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams to have known and done same since he is considered as a spiritual father to many.

Rev. Owusu-Bempah lamented on Okay FM’s Ade Akyen Abia programme that his heart bled when he got to know that “a man who laid hands on him" could walk to the pulpit and look down upon him just because he (Duncan Williams) does not believe in a prophesy.

According to him, he felt disrespected by the approach of the Archbishop but will allow the past to sway him from according him with the maximum respect he deserves.

“I wanted Pastor Eastwood Anaba to ordain me but Archbishop (Duncan- Williams) used forceful means to ordain me. If after laying hands on me, you (Duncan-Williams) come out to ask questions such as ‘who laid hands on me and stuff’, then I want to tell you that it is you. Is he trying to tell me that he didn’t see me when he was laying hands on me?” he asked.

“I believe the archbishop is a man of God but if he does not believe I am from God, I trust he does...again if he doesn't respect my ministry, I respect his,” he said.


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