June 3rd disaster was Agyin Asare’s fault – Owusu Bempah

Reverend Owusu Bempah have pointed hands at Bishop Agyin Asare for being partly at fault for the June 3rd disaster of 2015…

 

On June 3rd 2015 Ghana was struck with a major catastrophic event in the form of flood and fire that took at least the lives of 200 people leaving many others injured and still battling with the aftermath to today.

 

According to Owusu Bempah it could all have been avoided if not for Perez Chapel’s Leader and Founder Bishop Agyin Asare.

 

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Owusu Bempah claims prior to the events of June 3rd he prophecied and told Ghanaians to be very prayerful because there were some obstacles ahead of us.

 

He says Agyin Asare during a sermon told Ghanaians to disregard such ‘doom prophecies’ and because of it Ghanaians weren’t prayerful and June 3rd wasn’t able to be averted.

 

Owusu Bempah said the above statements in a phone in interview earlier this week with Oheneba Asiedu, a political talk show host of Wontumi Radio.

 

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Background… 

 

The 2015 Accra floods resulted from heavy continuous rainfall in Accra, the largest city in Ghana. The rain started on 1 June 2015.

 

Other causes of this flood is as a result of the improper planning of settlement in Accra, choked gutters which block the drainage system and a few other human factors.

 

The floods have resulted in heavy traffic on the roads in the city and also a halt in commercial activities as markets were flooded and workers trapped.

 

Mayor of Accra Metropolitan Assembly, Alfred Oko Vanderpuije described the flooding as critical.

 

At least 25 people have died from the flooding directly, while a petrol station explosion caused by the flooding killed at least 200 more people.

 

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