Osebo The Zaraman Calls Out Prophets As He Speaks Against Doom Prophesies

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Ghanaian entrepreneur and fashion influencer, Richard Brown, who is affectionately called Osebo The Zaraman has taken to social media to chastise Ghanaian prophets who have made a habit of delivering doom prophecies, particularly those centered around the deaths of popular individuals in Ghana.

Osebo’s heartfelt video message resonated with many Ghanaians and individuals worldwide who are concerned about the seemingly increasing frequency of doom prophecies in the country. In his impassioned address, he called upon these prophets to reevaluate their approach and refocus their energy on providing positive guidance to the youth.

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It is no secret that Ghana, like many other nations, has seen its fair share of self-proclaimed prophets who predict dire consequences for individuals and the country as a whole.

These prophecies often revolve around the untimely deaths of public figures, sports stars, and politicians. While some may argue that these prophets are merely expressing their beliefs or offering warnings, the repeated nature of such predictions has raised eyebrows and prompted criticism.

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Osebo’s plea for change emphasizes the importance of promoting positivity and hope at a time when the world faces various challenges. The influence of religious leaders in Ghana is immense, and their words carry significant weight. Consequently, it’s essential that this influence be wielded responsibly.

In his video message, Osebo urged these prophets to redirect their efforts toward uplifting the youth of Ghana. He reminded them of the power they possess to inspire and motivate young people to strive for excellence and contribute positively to society. This message serves as a call to action for religious leaders to leverage their influence to shape a brighter future for the nation.

Watch the video below…

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