Many Ghanaians to die in 2005
Ghana is set to experience the deaths of so many Ghanaians, including top politicians between now and the end of the year according to a prophesy by Prophet Peter Anamoah of the Machaira of the Pneuma Foundation, a non-governmental organisation, working on the spiritual and physical needs of Ghanaians.
Prophet Anamoah claims he is a prophet, an apostle, a teacher and an evangelist, and that his prophesies are from God. He did not specify whether the politicians whose days are numbered are from the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) or the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), other parties are a combination of government and opposition politicians.
"The wages of sin is death. Everyone in Ghana could die including those in authority if Ghanaians do not change their ways or repent", he told Public Agenda.
In addition, he predicted that the social men of God who refuse to change will be destroyed like chickens. He also prophesized that by the end of the year, four big churches in Accra will collapse. He declined to name the churches when pressed to be specific. He said already statistics of people dying through various means including accidents and other disasters is indicative of the fact that God not pleased with the people of Ghana. Anamoah dismissed claims that Ghana is a Christian nation saying, "Ghana is rather corrupt, adulterous, evil and unchristian." According to him, some churches are the most corrupt places where all sorts of immorality take place. Who can stand the wrath of God?" he asked.
Prophet Anamoah boasts of making some prophesies in December last year, which came true. He is believed to have made a prophesy about the wrangling in parliament prior to the inauguration of President Kufuor on January 7, 2005 which delayed the programme. Again he made a prophesy about the cancellation of Africa's debts by the G8 countries, which has been fulfilled.
Prophet Anamoah advised Ghanaians to change their attitude, particularly the extreme politicization of everything in Ghana. "Politics is not division but the expression of different ideas and opinions", he explained.