Opambour, 4 other pastors belong to occult groups – Former occult grandmaster claims

According to Evangelist Appiah, Ebenezer Adarkwah Yiadom, popularly known as Opambour, highly respected man of God, Nicholas Duncan-Williams, Bishop Daniel Obinim, Reverend Owusu Bempah, also known as Akufo-Addo’s prophet, and Reverend Obofour, are all fake pastors.

This is contained in a report YEN.com.gh has seen on Ghanacelebrities.com.

According to the former occult grandmaster, these pastors are not from God, and they use satanic powers to perform miracles throwing dust into the eyes of Christians.

He claimed further that Opambour’s covenant with the occult group he belongs to forbids him from travelling abroad.

He explained that per the terms and conditions given him, Opambour can sit on a plane but just between Accra and Kumasi, adding that if he dares travel to the USA, Germany, Nigeria, or any country outside Ghana, he would run mad.

“Ebenezer Yiadom cannot sit in a plane and travel to USA, Germany or any countries abroad. He can only travel from Accra to Kumasi”, Evangelist Appiah reportedly said.

Opambour is the founder and leader Ebenezer Worship Centre. His business boomed mostly in 2010-2011 when he was said to be curing all sorts of diseases and performing miracles.

YEN.com.gh cannot independently confirm any of these claims and allegations by the former occult grandmaster who was overseeing occultic groups and activities back then.

However, it may be that since he himself had formerly dealt with occultic groups, he was much aware of the claims he was making.

This is not the first time the likes of Opambour, Obinim, Obofour, and Owusu Bempah, are being accused in this way.

Interestingly, all four of them have their names starting with the letter O. These pastors have not seen each other eye to eye, and have often engaged in name callings.

For instance, YEN.com.gh earlier reported Owusu Bempah saying Obofour is not a man of God, adding that he even got his name from a deity.

Opambour and Obinim have also fought in the past, with one accusing the other of planting ‘juju’ in his house.

Unlike Obinim who seems to be in the news every day for mostly controversial reasons, Opambour has been on the quiet, after he ‘reigned’ heavily between 2010-2011.

Meanwhile, Duncan Williams who has once told the story of how he was a former armed-robber but now been called by God to do his work, has also been in the news some time ago following his divorce and remarriage.

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