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Owusu Bempah’s doom prophecy has rendered Bawumia’s manhood powerless – Lawyer Maurice Ampaw

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It appears that Rev. Isaac Owusu Bempah has achieved his aim of riding on doom prophesies to remain relevant as he is being discussed in almost every household in Ghana.

On the 31st December watch night, he mentioned some key personalities including Dr Bawumia and Chief Imam Osmanu Sheikh whom he claims will die 2019.


Some youths who got furious over this prophecy went to his Church at Odorkor and destroyed some properties. This didn’t seem to have moved him as he posted a quote from Bible’s Matthew 16:18 which says “I will build my Church and the gates of hades will not overcome it.”

Controversial Ghanaian lawyer, Maurice Ampaw from all indications doesn’t see the seriousness of this prophecy as he has added hilarious comment to the impending doom prophecy.

Speaking on Kasapa FM he said that Owusu Bempah’s prophecy will make Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia to develop low libido for s*x due to the fact that it causes fear and panic.


He added that for a man to erect, it depends on excitement and he knows that Dr. Bawumia is frightened at the moment and cannot erect.

“I can tell you that Bawumia is not happy, this frightening prophecy will have a negative effect on his s*x life, he’ll develop low libido and will not be able to have s*x with Samira. This is because he’ll be gripped with fear.”

“When Samira is in bed with Bawumia and looks at his face she’ll begin to cry because she’s been told the Vice President is a ‘living dead’ person as he’ll lose his life in the course of the year. This terrifying prophecy could even give the Vice President erectile dysfunction, because normally if a man will have an erection it will be out of excitement. But with this supposed atmosphere of death around the Vice President, where is he going to get that excitement to get into the s*x mood? Bawumia’s right to s*xual excitement at least for now has been curtailed with the death prophecy,” he said.


Meanwhile, Rev. Owusu Bempah says he’ll never apologise for his prophecies. Read more here.



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