Founder and leader of Glorious Word Ministry, Reverend Isaac Owusu Bempah has descended heavily on a self-styled man of God named Evangelist Emmanuel Addai, describing him as a “mentally deranged” person.

A Youtube page published a video in which a man named Evangelist Emmanuel Addai alleged that blood accrued by the Despite Group-organised blood donation exercises are used for rituals by its owner.

According to Evangelist Addai, the blood collected from the donors are not used for the purposes for which they are taken from donors.

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Despite Group of Companies is known for organizing such blood donation exercises in collaboration with the National Blood Service (NBS) for medical use in Ghana, however, the self-acclaimed Evangelist thinks otherwise.

The NBS, responding to the allegation said it is completely shocked that a generous gesture by the President of Despite and Special Group of Companies and Dr Ernest Ofori Sarpong respectively, has been misinterpreted by people.

They have, therefore, asked the general public to disregard such reckless and mischievous statements by the Evangelist and his cohorts.

But speaking on the issue, Reverend Isaac Owusu Bempah described the self-acclaimed Evangelist as a fake prophet who only works to defraud people.

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According to him, he has been following the man of the God for a very long time and believes his utterances are just in a bad taste and not spiritual.

“I have been following him on youtube listening to his useless talks. He is fond of tagging any person who has made it in Ghana as occult. He is rather the occult who needs to be taught a lesson” he said on Accra-based Okay FM monitored by

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“I urge him to come to my church wherever he is so I can deliver him from the evil spirit tormenting him because I think he is not a correct man of God”, he said.



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