“Many Self-styled Men of God are Fake,” – Nana Kwaku Bonsam
Dr. Nana Kwaku Bonsam, a famous native healer and witchdoctor from Ghana has said that most prophets and pastors from Africa are fake. According to him, whatever a prophet prophesies is meant to guide and improve the lives of the people that the prophecies affect. However, the case has not been so with regard to prophecies said by these false men of God. To him, such people did not live to the true definition of men of God because their prophecies had no impact.
Our pastors and preachers do not care for their people
This reaction from Dr. Nana Kwaku Bonsam comes following a prophecy that was made by one of the Ghanaian prophets. Apparently, this man of God had predicted that Ebony, Ghanaian music and television star would die in a motor accident; a prophecy that actually came to pass. A few hours after the death of the superstar, Badu Kobi, a prophet attached to one of the local churches said he had predicted the death of the celebrity.
Dr. Nana Kwaku Bonsam says he should have prayed for her
“I believe these pastors do not derive their power from God and Jesus Christ as they claim. How can one pray for the death of another? If God truly revealed to him that the lady would perish in an accident, why didn’t he pray for her?”
Dr. Nana Kwaku Bonsam said, adding that the best a man of God could have done was to pray for this person’s beautiful soul so that the woman would not die.
Dr. Nana Kwaku Bonsam says these people will soon face justice
According to Dr. Nana Kwaku Bonsam, those who are bent to denting the image of God will soon face his wrath. “They are liars because they simply do not have any spirituality in them. Their punishment is awaiting them. The death of Ebony came soon after she had risen to stardom and she was tipped to be one of the nominees for the artiste of the year in Ghana. She was famous for her erotic performances and her risqué acts on stage.