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09.09.2005 Tabloid News

Everybody in Ghana will die, If .....

Public Agenda

... 'Prophet' warns unrepentant Ghanaians Prophet Peter Anamoh of the Machaira of the Pneuma Foundation, a non-governmental organisation, working on the spiritual and physical needs of Ghanaians, has reiterated that Ghana is set to experience more deaths this year.

He told Public Agenda after his return from a spiritual mission in Nigeria, that the mysterious deaths the country is experiencing now would be worse unless people repent.

“They are doing what they like, God is angry, He is in pain. It is going to be worse. Even I, if I do not live right it will happen to me. What God hates is for him to speak and people fail to listen”, he explained.

Barely two months ago, Prophet Peter who claims to be an apostle, a teacher, a prophet and an evangelist, prophesied that Ghana would experience so many deaths, including those in authority, if Ghanaians do not repent.

He told Public Agenda at its offices at Asylum Down that the wages of sin is death, and that everyone in Ghana could die if Ghanaians do not amend their ways.

From July 15, 2005 when Public Agenda published the prophesy, Ghana can be said to be experiencing mysterious deaths, particularly through accidents. The carnage on Ghana's roads has worsened in the last few weeks.

On July 18, 2005, the media reported the death of 17 members of the Santansi branch of the Deeper Life Bible Church, in Kumasi. They were reported to be returning from the funeral of a colleague church member, when an articulated truck ran into a 207 Mercedez Benz they were traveling in.

Three urologists, out of the only five of the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital died in a motor accident on the Accra-Kumasi road on August 27, 2005. The three medical specialists were returning to Accra after undertaking an outreach programme at the Sunyani Regional Hospital, during which they performed six major operations.

Barely four days after the doctors' accident, another fatal accident occurred on Kumasi-Obuasi road, claiming 11 lives on the spot. On the same day, four passengers sustained serious injuries after their bus somersaulted on the Tema-Accra motorway.

Dangbe East District Chief Executive has also died in an accident with his wife and elder son.

Meanwhile, some galamsey operators remained trapped in a mining pit in Nyafom-Noyem in the Eastern region.

Prophet Peter Anamoh had also prophesied the collapse of four big churches but declined to name them when pressed to be specific. “So far none of churches has approached me because they do not care.”

Prophet Peter boasts of making some prophecies in December last year, which came true. He is believed to have made a prophecy about the wrangling in parliament, prior to the inauguration of President John Agyekum Kufuor, on January 7, 2005, which delayed the programme. He believes that the righteous man has power and that God expects nothing short of righteousness from Ghanaians. He revealed that God plans to use Ghana as the gateway to reach his people in other parts of Africa.

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