Ken Ofori-Atta Will Die This Year If We Don’t Pray For Him – Bishop Salifu Amoako

The doom prophecies always prophesied by Ghanaian prophets and men of God at the end of every year haven’t been exceptional in 2020 as the general overseer of the Alive Chapel International, Bishop Elisha Salifu Amoako has come out with yet another doom prophesy which this time around falls on finance minister Ken Ofori-Atta.

Addressing a congregation of worshipers in his church on 31st watch night church service, Bishop Elisha Salifu Amoako made a shocking revelation that God revealed to him finance minister Ken Ofori-Atta is going to die in 2021.

According to him, God took him to the Bank of Ghana and Finance ministry buildings where he saw obituary posters of the Finance Minister boldly fixed on both walls.

In the words of the man of God, that picture God showed to him signifies the death of Mr. Ofori-Atta and the only way to avert this doom is by prayers.

“The Lord took me to the Bank of Ghana and whiles I was looking at the building, something happened. I saw a picture on the building. I also went to the Ministry of Finance and I saw the same picture there. The Lord said what can you see? And I said I saw a picture of the man in charge of the finances of Ghana. Hear me. The Lord said we should pray for Mr. Ofori-Atta. If we don’t pray for him, from January up until March, this man will die.”

The prophet added that four evil men who belong to an occult group are planning to eliminate the Finance Minister between January and March.

“I am standing in this church but I’m in his house. I see four men. These four men are into occults and freemasonry. These men are digging his grave. If we don’t pray for him, this year will be a bad year for him. Between January and March there will be witchcraft attack on his health in a quest to eliminate him,” he stated.

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