BOMBSHELL! Kumawood Actress Reveals How Prophet Elisha Paid Hungry Afia Schwar And Oteele Millions Of Cedis To Fake Miracles (video)

Christianity is a 99 trillion dollar industry where smart self-acclaimed men of God are using gullible and vulnerable Christians as their cash cows to amass wealth.

There is one self-acclaimed man of God known as Prophet Prince Elisha─and one can choose to refer to him as a crook man of God because you could doubt if he was called by God. He called himself into the ministry obviously.

Cape Coast folks refer to him as Osei Kofi and he has developed a strategy of making the headlines and getting more Christians trooping into his church for fake miracles.

This man of God according to actress Naana Brown offered colleague actor Oteele, Ghc5000 and comedienne Afia Schwarzenegger, Ghc20,000 respectively, to appear in his church and then perform a fake miracle on them as he did with Vicky Zugah, Kobby Rana.

She further revealed that, even recently the news that broke out concerning black cat which invaded into Oteele’s room and other related shocking miracles emerging from the aforementioned were all fake.

The Kumawood star in an interview with One Ghana TV, said that Prophet Prince Elisha was on her neck and begged her to take money (undisclosed amount) just to appear in his church because he had invited some media houses to take coverage of whatever he was going to do on the day.

Naa rejected Prophet Prince Elisha’s offer but what about Vicky Zugah, and Afia Schwarzenegger and Oteele? Did they appear in his church on their own accord or they were also bribed for the fake miracle?

According to her, the self-acclaimed Prophet obviously uses these hungry celebrities to attract more gullible Christians to his church to maximise his earnings during Sunday service.

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Written by Opoku Asiedu

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