Police Busted the ‘Underwear Stripping’ Prophet & Took in the Childless Mother for Questioning

The poor sod Dommie, married for five years and without a child, is said to be a member of another denomination who had visited Prophet Messah's church just to have a miracle of bearing a child.

Police Busted the 'Underwear Stripping' Prophet & Took in the Childless Mother for Questioning
Image by Zambian observer

Ghanaian police have reportedly raided the house of the prophet who allegedly stripped a lady in the church in the smokescreen of performing a pregnant-bearing miracle for her last week.

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The charges under which he is being arrested for have, however, not been disclosed.

This publication established that the prophet identified as Prophet Messah Enyonyam Johns asked a female barren congregant to take off her undergarment and open her legs wide before the throng so he could pray for her panties for her to conceive.

It has also been accounted for by the Zambian Observer that police have also held in for interrogation the stripped lady who has been identified as Dommie Annan following an outcry from members of the public.

The poor sod Dommie, married for five years and without a child, is said to be a member of another denomination who had visited Prophet Messah’s church just to have a miracle of bearing a child.

It was under such circumstances it is rumoured that the prophet who many media channels have promptly called ‘fake’, wantonly asked that she undress and open her legs so he could order pregnancy to penetrate inside.

Another picture that has recently surfaced shows the intensely absorbed prophet bearing the other edge of an underwear while solemnly praying for it.

When this story came out last week, some people assumed it was a movie created in some unprecedented place, but after investigations authorities were dismayed to learn that this was a reality.

It has since been unwrapped that the prophet has been as well doing this to many of his barren female members who are desperately seeking for the fruits of the womb.

Images from Zambian Observer


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