The founder of the Synagogue Church of All Nations, SCOAN, Prophet T.B. Joshua, has reacted to claims he had gone to Ghana to help rig the December 7th presidential election for President John Dramani Mahama.
A popular Ghanaian pastor, Rev. Isaac Owusu-Bempah, had claimed that T.B Joshua had plans to help president Mahama win the elections in December.
The founder of Glorious Word Power Ministry International, made his claim known during an interview with Ghanaian online TV program.
Rev. Bempah said, “There is a man of God from Nigeria in town, he’s here for nothing.
“The power he came with is too small, nothing he plans on doing here will work.
“If Ghanaians make mistake and allow John Mahama to win this year’s election, the calamity that will befall the country will be unheard of.
“Mark it on the wall. God is angry with Mahama, he has blood on his hands.” The presenter then asked him, “What man of God, is it TB Joshua?”
Rev. Bempah replied saying “Yes.”
But dismissing the allegation, the popular Nigerian prophet, on His Facebook account – TB Joshua Ministries, said he is currently in Nigeria and not in Ghana as claimed.
In a statement, TB Joshua said, “This is an official announcement from the SCOAN: There are rumors on the internet stating that T.B. Joshua is in Ghana to offer spiritual guidance to political parties.
“Please know that these rumors are 100% false.
“.B. Joshua is not in Ghana, he is in Nigeria. Do not listen to the father of lies.
“Such reports are false and should be disregarded.”