President Akufo-Addo’s personal prophet, Rev. Isaac Owusu Bempah, has encouraged the congregation of his Glorious Word Power Ministries International to be active bribe givers in a shocking sermon that has gone viral.
Ministering to his flock, the man who has gained status as Ghana’s presidential prophet due to his special priestly services to Mr. Akufo-Addo, explains that learning to bribe every man or woman in authority is the smart thing to do as it keeps you in the good graces of those in power.
According to him learning the art of giving bribes hedges you from the consequences of the law if you break it.
It is not clear from which book in the bible he was preaching from but the man who handed President Akufo-Addo a spiritual horn to symbolize that he had been chosen to rule over the country, recommended among other things to also bribe traditional rulers with sheep.
“If you want your hometown chief to secretly give you land, give him money often, give him sheep; do things in secret for him….You may fall foul of the law but because your hands are soft and because you know how to wash your hands well, my brother, if even the law sees you, the law will look the other way,” he said.
The President’s prophet added, “What we call cash, money; what we call giving. Look if you are wise man, you will be sure to have connection with all the important people in your country and see to it that every month, let the palace be sweetened; every month, let headquarters be sweetened. Every month…If you are wise if you satisfy the people in power and when you do, it will be difficult for you to go to jail.
Interestingly, it is coming at a time that a court has remanded the controversial preacher in custody for invading the home of a fetish priestess turned Christian evangelist, Nana Agradaa, with weapons while threatening to murder her.
Consequently, when the Police went to arrest him on Sunday at his church, along with three other suspects, some personnel were assaulted at the behest of the controversial priest according to the police.