11 November 2016

Ghana: The World in Turmoil Because of Homosexuality - Says Prophet Nakoa


From Naabenyin Joojo Amissah — The Founder and Leader of the Church of Prosperity, Prophet Akoa Isaac has spoken against immoral and other ungodly pleasures that are festering fast in the world today.

According to him, calamities would continue strike the world because of the open acceptance of homosexuality and lesbianism, something he described as heinous crime against God.

In an exclusive telephone interview, he said God had revealed to him to warn the world against the practice of homosexuality and lesbianism.

He alleged that the recent strong wind and rains that hit parts of the United States of America were parts of the dangers that lie ahead of the world. "God is about to shake the world with strong winds and water," he said.

Prophet Akoa Isaac is on record to have prophesied that Ghana would discover more oil, following the commencement of the production of oil in commercial quantities and that resulted in the discovery of more oilfields.

The prophet, who is well noted for his accurate prophesies, has been in the ministry of the word of God for over 33 years. He is one of the few men of God in Ghana who do not take offertory and tithe.

He has also called on political parties to eschew all forms of negative tendencies that could mar the country's enviable track record in elections in the West Africa sub region.

He appealed to Ghanaians to tolerate one another before, during and after the general elections to promote the peace, tranquility and stability in the country.


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