Here are all the top Pastors that Ghanaians say are fake

Jesus Christ warned his disciples to be wary of false prophets who he
said would attempt to deceive them in the end times.

"Watch out for false prophets. They come to
you in sheep's clothing, but inwardly they
are ferocious wolves," he said.

This warning from has Christ has caused many Ghanaians to view certain
pastors with cynicism and suspicion. Here are some Ghanaian pastors
who have been described as fake by a section of the Ghanaian public.

1. Bishop Daniel Obinim

The founder of the International God's Way Church, Bishop Daniel
Obinim, has been accused of being a fake in view of some. actions of
his which have been deemed ungodly. They include sleeping with his
junior pastor's wife, beating up a radio presenter
and claiming to possess the ability to spiritually transform into a
snake and bite people. Obinim has also told his congregation that he
is an angel from heaven.

2. Reverend Isaac Owusu Bempah

The founder and leader of the Glorious Word and Power Ministry is
notorious for prophesying the deaths of popular figures in the
country. Owusu Bempah's prophecies are often seen as distasteful by a
section of the public, prompting questions as whether he is a real man
of God. He also get into fights with his fellow pastors from time to
time, exchanging insults with them.

3. Opambour (Prophet Ebenezer Adarkwa
Yiadom)

The founder and leader of the Ebenezer Miracle Worship Centre at
Ahenema in Kumasi is another pastor who has been. described as fake by
some Ghanaians. Opambour constantly gets into confrontations with
other pastors and makes claims such as having raised people from the
dead. An audio of him insulting a presenter of Accra-based Adom FM,
Adjoa Yeboa Asuama, emerged last year.
In that audio, he said his wife's butt was nicer than the presenter's
face, sparking outrage in a section of the public.

4. Kumchacha

Pastor Nicholas Osei, popularly known as 'Kum Chacha,' the founder and
leader of Heaven Gate Chapel, has also been described as a fake man of
God. He uses vulgar language and resorts to insults when preaching.
His conduct prompted former president Rawlings to call him a false
prophet. "Many too often as we watch our TVs, I don't think we are
putting enough efforts into showcasing some of these cultural,
traditional festivals - the activities that are going on around the
countryside - and yet so much time is spent giving airtime, precious
airtime to people like these two prophets I've been talking about of
late: the one in Tema,
called Obinim, and the other one called Kumchacha," Rawlings said in
an interview.

5. Rev. Chris Asante a.k.a Abruku Abruka

The founder of the Testimony House Chapel sells what he calls solution
water to members of the public, claiming that the water can work
miracles such as put money in people's bank account, clear their bank
debts and find them employment. He says all they have to do is write a
note of their problems on a sheet of paper and place it under the
container. His claims have prompted some members of the public to call
him a fraud.

6. Pastor Boateng a.k.a Apae Live

Apae live, the general overseer of the Great Light Worship Center, has
been criticised for performing what has been called outlandish
miracles. He once claimed he had made a barren woman instantly
pregnant on live television.

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