Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams has said a man of God called David Livingstone prophesied the coronavirus crisis which the world is going through almost four decades ago.
“You know, a lot of people predicted this present crisis the world is going through and so many people did not believe him”, the Ghanaian preacher said during his Sunday online sermon watched by several thousands of followers on his Facebook page.
“A lot of people and leaders, who could have done something, did not believe that it will happen”, the founder of Action Chapel International said, adding: “And it is happening”.
“I was looking at a prophecy where a man of God in 1986, he prophesied, word for word, about what’s going on right now in the world, and nobody, David Livingstone, nobody believed him. They said: ‘It cannot happen; what is he talking about?’ He’s dead and gone but it’s come to pass”, he said.
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Posted by Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams on Sunday, April 12, 2020 The Archbishop’s comments come a day after his fellow man of God, Bishop Dag Heward-Mills, founder and presiding bishop of the Lighthouse Group of Churches, said before COVID-19 entered Ghana, he and the Ghana Charismatic Bishops’ Conference had prophesied it and he, in particular, warned that the country’s borders be closed a week before that was done.
Ghana has, so far, recorded 408 cases of COVID-19 with 8 deaths.
Apart from the country’s borders having been closed indefinitely, the government has also extended the lockdown restrictions on Accra, Kumasi, Tema and Kasoa for another week to contain the spread of the virus.
In his Good Friday sermon online on Friday, 10 April 2020, Bishop Heward-Mills said: “When wisdom is presented – on that particular topic – if they were to listen, to have listened to what I said; everything we have prophesied – the Ghana Charismatic Bishops’ Conference has prophesied – everything has happened”.
He continued: “When even this pandemic started, I said: ‘Close the border now! Don’t just close churches! Close everything now!’. They didn’t do it”.
“All the cases we have and all the deaths”, he said: “Have come from that one week that they left the border open”.
Bishop Heward-Mills revealed: “And then I said at another meeting: ‘Close the border to Accra because there’s nothing outside Accra’. They did not do it and now it’s in Tamale, it’s in Obuasi, it’s in Cape Coast. I just heard someone in Cape Coast. I mean everywhere”.
“When wisdom is being given, you have ignoramuses who speak about things they don’t understand. It’s a pity”, he said