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“Listening To A False Prophet Is Better Than A False Teacher”-Prophet Claims

A man of God by the name of Prophet Gabriel Twumasi has stated that it is better for one to false prophets and their prophecies rather than listen to false teachers because the latter corrupts more than the former.

Speaking in an interview on Happy FM with Rev. Nyansa Boakwa on the Nsem Pii show, Prophet Gabriel mentioned that the worst a false prophet will do is to perform miracles and make doom prophecies about people which one can choose to believe or not but the same cannot be said for false teachers.

He said the false teachers turn to corrupt more people because whatever is being taught can easily grab the attention of the audience and make them believe because they will be hearing the same thing from the same person over and over again. According to him, should what is being taught be false, it will eventually destroy the mindsets of the audience.

He added that as many condemn prophets for their false prophecies, especially with regards to what happened to Jesus Ahuofe following a doom prophecy he made about Shatta Wale, the same must be done to false teachers because they turn to harm the most.

In other news, Ghanaian rapper, Desmond Kwesi Blackmore, well known as D Black has expressed his dissatisfaction after seeing his colleagues, Shatta Wale and Medikal behind bars following a couple of allegations leveled against them.

Shatta Wale was arrested on Tuesday night by the police following a publicity stunt he pulled in relation to a doom prophecy made by the man of God, Stephen Akwasi Appiah, well known as Jesus Ahuofe. He was arraigned before the Accra Circuit court and remanded into police custody for one week. Well, today, the dancehall maestro was granted a bail of GHc100,000 as well as his PR, Nana Dope, and two other members of his crew who were arrested for spreading the fabricated story on social media.


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