With several pastors coming public to declare the death prophecies of Ghanaian celebrities, screen goddess Nana Ama McBrown has heavily condemned the action.
McBrown believes a man of God should know how to disseminate a doom message to the follower instead of communicating it anyhow to put fear in the person. Speaking on Celebrity Ride with Zionfelix show, the former footballer stated equivocally that she will hang up on any prophet who calls to prophecy to her about death in a wrong approach.
Mcbrown however said she believes in only the doctrines of her uncle’s church, Christ Apostolic. To Nana Ama, she knows the beginning of her uncle and how God has transformed him from his sinful ways after he was called to preach the gospel so she will follow his orders to rebuke any doom prophecy should he see one.
The 40-year-old TV host made it clear when talking to Zionfelix in her newly purchased Range Rover Evoque that she believes her uncle than any other pastor in the country.
The actress real name Felicity Ama Agyemang continued to say that before she gives ears to the prophecies of other men of God, she would have to study the person for long and know the God he is serves. The ‘Asoreba’ movie star also divulged that during the chat that she expects pastors to pray over prophecies whenever they see destruction coming instead of calling the victims to put fear in them.
The TV host further made it clear that “if you call and tell me that I saw that you’re dead, I’ll cut the line before you finish your sentence.”
Watch Nana Ama McBrown talking passionately about doom prophecies on Celebrity Ride With Zionfelix show below: