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You Could Prevent This Mess -Nana Obiri Yeboah To Owusu Bempah

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Lawyer Obiri Boahen, the Deputy General Secretary of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP), has chastised Rev. Dr. Isaac Owusu Bempah for taking matters into his own hands by raiding the home of fetish priest turned evangelist Patricia Oduro, also known as Agradaa, to “teach her a lesson.”

He claims that the Leader and Founder of the Glorious Word and Power Ministries International, as a well-known man of God, should have known better.

He explained that because of his renowned standing, Rev Bempah should not entertain acts that may bring the name of Christ into dishonor on Okay FM’s Ade Akye Abia program.

“Like his fellow men of God who have vowed to be Gospel leaders, I don’t believe they should have to sink so low to have a quarrel with Agradaa, who you are well above them in the ministry.”

“Moreover, with no prejudice, I think Rev. Owusu Bempah should have exercised a little restraint or patience. He acted wrongly and indecisively. Men of God in this country have some aura around them and any time I hear them preach or speak, I listen to them religiously and I don’t expect them to behave the way and manner in which Rev. Owusu Bempah did,” Obiri Boahen stated.

He pointed out that the well-known man of God messed up on this act.

Meanwhile, Archbishop Elisha Salifu Amoako, Chairman of the National Prophetic And Apostolic Council (NPAAC), has asked with the IGP, the Court, and especially President Akufo-Addo to aid in the release of Rev. Isaac Owusu Bempah on bail.

The NPAAC is concerned about the Court’s remanding of the Council’s co-chair in police prison, according to the Founder and Leader of Alive Chapel International.

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