TB Joshua’s terror prophecy not from God – Kweku Bonsam
Kweku Bonsam (L) and Prophet TB Joshua
Renowned Fetish Priest, Kweku Bonsam, has described Pastor TB Joshua’s latest prophesy of possible terror attacks on Ghana and Nigeria, as mere imagination, saying the renowned Nigerian prophet, is only seeking attention and causing fear and panic.
TB Joshua’s prophesy came a day after a terror alert was issued by Ghana’s National security apparatus, which confirmed that reports of possible terrorists attack on Ghana was real.
“I am seeing Thursday, Friday, Saturday –if I may say Thursday – because these evil people they are very funny. Anything can just happen. You will be very shocked to see what will happen, because when the prayer is going in this direction they [attackers] change to [another] direction,” the Prophet said during a live sermon on Sunday April 10 aired on his Emmanuel TV channel.
The Nigerian prophet asked his congregation to pray for the Ghana and Nigeria in a bid to forestall such plans by the enemy.
But Kweku Bonsam, a local fetish priest who has been interviewed on some international media platforms, told citifmonline.com that the prophecy is inaccurate.
He said, “He didn’t tell us if the terrorists were here or there but he is saying they are coming to Ghana. Have they come to your church to confirm to you that they are coming to Ghana and you didn’t give us the specific date?”
According to the controversial fetish priest, TB Joshua’s prophecy may not be from God and is instead straight from his imagination because in his view, God is straight to the point when he speaks.
“The prophecy he gave is not from God. It is from his own imagination. He just prophesied from his own imagination.”
Kweku Bonsam is of the view that, any true man of God should be able to drink snake venom and still survive according to a section of the Bible he could not quote.
“If TB Joshua says he is a man of God, let him go and drink snake venom… if he doesn’t die that means he is a man of God.”
Kweku Bonsam advised TB Joshua to take his prophecies away from Ghana saying the country is peaceful and does not want any distraction.
“He just wants Ghanaians to be afraid and panic meanwhile God has blessed Ghana. Look at the election in 2012 when Nana Akufo Addo said he accepted what Mahama got after the court case – that is a peaceful country; he just wants Ghanaians to panic. We don’t want that prophecy.”