The Founder and Leader of Alive Chapel International, Archbishop Elisha Salifu Amoako has expressed his disappointment in some bloggers for twisting his prophecy about the Finance Minister Hon Ken Ofori Atta on December 31, 2020 night.
According to him, it is erroneous for some bloggers to peddle a falsehood on social media that he [Elisha Salifu Amoako] has made a definite prophecy that the Minister of Finance Ken Ofori Atta will die this year 2021 in March.
Addressing the media on Sunday, January 3, 2021, at his office, Archbishop Elisha Salifu Amoako debunked the allegation and went on to give a detailed account of the December 31, 2020 prophecy that God rather revealed a sickness which has been targeted at the Finance Minister.
He added that the prophecy was such that without prayer being offered on behalf of the Finance Minister, the sickness can lead to his death from the December 31 night to March 2021; thus, there was no definite prophecy that the Finance Minister would die this year.
He indicated that per the directive of the prophecy, prayer has been offered to God on behalf of the Minister of Finance, noting that he [Archbishop Salifu Amoako] fasted and prayed for the Minister of Finance and God has stopped the evil attack on him.
“God revealed detailed prophecies to me and the spirit of God took me to the Bank of Ghana and the Ministry of Finance. I saw a picture at the Ministry of Finance and when I got closer, it turned into the image of the Minister of Finance”.
“God told me that we should pray for him because there are people who have plotted evil death against him. So, if we don’t pray for him from December 31 to March, he can fall ill and the sickness can lead to death. And so, we prayed for him and the next day on January 1, I fasted the whole day and I saw that God has touched the man and cancelled the death from him”.
Source: Peace FM
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