Popular Fetish Priest, Nana Kweku Bonsam has questioned why there’s a suggestion for Ghana to consult popular Nigerian prophet TB Joshua to assist the country win the 2019 Africa Cup of nations trophy in Egypt when there are a lot of powerful prophets in Ghana like Prophet Owusu Bempah who will simply do the work.
According to him, T.B Joshua has absolutely no power to assist Ghana win the trophy which has eluded the country for 37 years, as Ghana last won the continent’s flagship competition since 1982 in libya.
Since then they need been to three finals and this year they’re in a group alongside holders Cameroon, Guinea-Bissauand benin.
But Richard Kingson who has publically declared that Prophet T.B Joshua is his spiritual father believes the man of God holds the key to Ghana’s success.
“I believe. If we allow ourselves and get in touch with him and ask him, Daddy, please we want you to back us with your prayers he’ll do it,” Kingson said on Joy Sports’ Arena Sunday.
“If the team or nation sends me, I will go. My father in the lord doesn’t take money from anybody. Everything is free from his heart because he always says that: ”I’m not the healer-I’m not Jesus, I’m not God, I’m not Jesus.”
But Kwaku Bonsam in an interview with Akwasi Nsiah on Kasapa News declared that it’ll be a waste of state funds to travel to get help from T.B Joshua as nothing good will come out of such move.
“We’ll not go for any help from T.B Joshua today nor tomorrow when Ayittey Power visited him for spiritual help to enable him to beat Bukom Banku in that boxing bout, what happened, was Ayittey Powers not beaten mercilessly? He doesn’t have any power if he has any he should help his own country Nigeria to win the trophy.
“We have very powerful prophets in Ghana like Prophet Owusu Bempah who’s doing wonders. He publically declared that then-candidate Akufo Addo will win the 2016 elections and was ready to have his church burnt if Akufo Addo lost. Akufo Addo won with an unprecedented margin in Ghana’s electoral history. If we’ve such a man why should we go to Nigeria to see T.B Joshua,” Kwaku Bonsam added.