Spiritually fortify NDC car gifts before use – Chairman Wontumi to Celebrities

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Bernard Antwi BoasiakoThe Ashanti regional Chairman of the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP) Bernard Antwi Bosiako affectionately called Chairman Wontumi has entreated Ghanaian celebrities who have received car gifts from the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) to seek spiritual guidance from Prophet One before hitting the roads.

Chairman Wontumi urged celebrities to visit the Founder and Head Pastor of Ebenezer Miracle Worship Center Ebenezer Opambour Adarkwa Yiadom, in order to avoid strange nightmares.

He warned that their career will collapse if they refuse to seek help from the man of God, saying they only sought their parochial interest and not that of the country with the gifts.

According to him, the man of God has to lay his hands on the celebrities to exorcise any unforeseen spiritual attack through the car gifts dolled out to celebrities.

He claimed the celebrities are living in a state of oblivion partly because the NDC invoked curses on the car gifts before handing them over.

‘NDC members do not just dole out gifts, definitely they will request for something in return, my advice is that celebrities especially actors and actresses who have collected cars (Chevrolet) or any other gift from NDC should go for prayers from Prophet one to avoid death dreams, because they did that because of their selfish interest, and not the country as a whole, check Ezekiel 3:17 which cautions people of bad deeds, the celebrities shouldn’t be happy that their fan bases have increased after declaring support for NDC ,’ he said.

He stated that he has no qualms with actor Michael Afranie who is contesting Manso Nkwanta seat, advising him to desist from engaging in dirty politics.

Speaking on Abusua FM’ s Abusua Entertainment Show hosted by Austine Woode, Chairman Wontumi observed that Ghanaians are facing hardships.

‘Everybody owes water, electricity bills, people are suffering and you want to enrich yourselves, how can you be this greedy,’ he fumed.

The Ashanti regional Chairman of the opposition NPP praised Actors Kwaku Manu and kwadwo Nkansah alias Liil Win for not engaging in partisan politics. He wondered why president John Dramani Mahama will refuse to pay allowances of teachers and nurses.

The president is reported to have said that he prefers to lose the December elections than to pay allowances of nurses and teachers.

‘Where do we the poor ones attend hospitals if government go on this tangent, meanwhile when he and families are sick, they travel abroad for treatment,’ a livid Chairman Wontumi said.

He maintained that Asanteman and Ghana as a whole will cease to watch and listen to musicians, actors, actresses who support NDC.

‘Didn’t Lucky Mensah confess that his career collapsed after joining NDC,’ he asked.


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