Leader of the Lord’s Parliament Chapel, Prophet Francis Amoako-Atta has attributed the remand of Reverend Owusu Bempah and the denial of his bail application by the Accra High Court, to his lack of discernment as a Prophet of God.
If it would be recalled about a month ago, during one of his church services, Reverend Bempah—founder of Glorious Word Power Ministries International—imprecated evil on Nana Agradaa and some other persons—including Kwame Mark (Amankrado), Kwabena Boateng, Collins BJ, Osei Bonsu, Dominic Williams and Perpetual Donkor—whose actions infuriated him.
Prophet Amoako-Atta commenting on the discord that raged between the two at the time, advised that they resolve the differences in a spirit of love. He said to Reverend Bempah, “forgive and let peace reign by considering the fatherhood of the Kingdom of God” while asking Agradaa to accord her “Father” Bempah the respect he deserved, if she hopes of becoming a powerful servant of God.
However, it did not end there. The rage between the two escalated, leading to the arrest of Bempah.
According to Prophet Amoako Attah, Reverend Bempah took what was a spiritual battle physical by yielding to the daring of the recent proselyte, Evangelist Patricia Oduro Koranteng a.k.a Nana Agradaa.
He said: “Whenever Bempah is at the altar, that is his environment. He has control there. The moment he moves from there, he becomes vulnerable. Agradaa took Bempah’s picture and dumped into a water closet. She came out and said to the world that it was the end of him. And Bempah took this lightly as a prophet.”
“He lost his prophetic intelligence and stepped outside his domain and became vulnerable. It was you the same person who stood at the altar and cursed her for 30 days with anointing oil. So where you are at the altar is protecting you. She dared you and you came out fcorgetting that this lady has put you under spell,” he added.
According to the Prophet, Bempah was sentenced that day, and was only waiting for time to manifest, which has.