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It was ‘fireworks’ between the Founder and General Overseer of the Life Assembly Worship Centre, Rev. Christian Kwabena Andrews, widely known as Kyiri Abosom, and the host of Akoko Abon show on Kumasi-based Hello FM over the former’s prophecy of an impending calamity on the nation.

The Man of God-turned politician, several weeks ago, prophesied that God is outraged by the government’s decision to close down churches in the wake of the novel coronavirus pandemic.

Given this, the pastor announced that God has given President Akufo-Addo and his government a two-week ultimatum to lift the ban on churches or incur the wrath of God.

Against this backdrop, in an interview with the flagbearer of the Ghana Union Movement (GUM), the host of the program, King Edward De Slave pointed to the Man of God that his prophecy did not come to pass after his two-week ultimatum hence describing the prophecy as a fake one.

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“You were specific that if Nana fails to ease the restrictions at the time you said, serious mishaps will happen to them. The time you mentioned has elapsed. You were specific if the president fails to open churches, there will be a calamity between that time and a week. The week has elapsed,” the presenter averred.

Hearing these words, the flagbearer who took the words of the journalist in bad faith went berserk on the host.

Rev. Christian Kwabena Andrews after calling the presenter names explained that he never gave timelines to the calamity as espoused by the presenter. To him, the presenter was playing mischief with the truth in a bid to deceive the public.

“Uncle, I’m saying you are a liar. Go and listen to the tape very well. Don’t deceive people. I did not say what you say I said. I did not give a timeline for the prophecy so people should not listen to you. You are very biased,” the founder and flagbearer of GUM called out.

Meanwhile, the presenter stood his grounds and replied to the Man of God that he is also a liar for announcing what he described as a fake prophecy.

“Since your prophecy did not materialize, you are also a liar,” the host of the show insisted.

Watch the video below:

Video Courtesy: Peace FM

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