Following the back and forth war of words that nearly turned violent between bitter rivals, Reverend Owusu Bempah and celebrity fetish priestess cum Evangelist Nana Agradaa, netizens have dug into the archives to retrieve these throwback videos illustrating when they were besties.
In one of the videos, Owusu Bempah is seen waxing lyrics to eulogize Agrafaa for making a cash donation of ₵10,000 to help his ministry.
He was quoted as saying;
“God chose Abraham. So I will not be surprised that you may have certain perceptions about our mother (Agraadaa). But don’t judge so that you may not be judged. Nobody knows the things that God will use her to accomplish this year and years to come.
“Don’t be full of yourself on being a Christian and thinking you speak tongues and prophecy. God will use this woman (Agradaa) to do wondrous works before the second coming of Christ. And so today, I am happy that our mother has come to honour God. Let us clap for her.
“God bless you, beautiful woman. My beautiful niece, today is the first time I have seen you. It has come to my notice that she is going to another church from here. And visit another church again. Her offering is Ghc10,000. God bless you. As for me, it is my desire that you come here frequently,” Rev. Owusu Bempah concluded.
Owusu Bempah and Nana Agradaa months back. Today Owusu Bempah is in the hands of the Ghana Police for allegedly threatening the life of the lady he once showered praise on at his Church. Pls watch!
Hypocrites calling themselves Reverends and evangelists. pic.twitter.com/MdRnNJTUbz
— Analimbey, A. 𝕮𝖍𝖗𝖎𝖘 (@analimbeychris) September 13, 2021
Meanwhile on Monday that Owusu Bempah has been denied bail and remanded in police custody by an Accra Circuit Court.
The controversial man of God was arraigned before the court by the Accra Regional Command of the Ghana Police Service after he was picked up on Sunday, September 12.
He was picked up, together with three other members of his church, for assaulting and injuring police officers deployed to cause their arrest. The controversial Kumasi-based pastor had been seen in a viral video with men wielding and brandishing weapons at the house of Patricia Asiedu, popularly known as Nana Agradaa.