Change Is Coming – Nigerian Church Predicts

Bishop Sam Jack addressing the press
Senior clerics of the Brotherhood of the Cross and Star (BCS), a spiritual organisation with headquarters in Nigeria that teaches universal love, peace and unity, have predicted a complete change in the social, political and economic lives of the people of Ghana.

But they warned that the change will only take place after a serious national disaster ‘that will claim the lives of many’ has hit Ghana.

The BCS clerics made this known at a press conference in Accra yesterday to inform Ghanaians about their ongoing International Convention and Choral Festival which began on November 2, 2015 and is expected to end on November 8.

Bishop Sam Jack, a member of the International Organising Committee (IOC) of the BCS global convention, said the disaster will be severe and that it will lead to the loss of the lives of many innocent Ghanaians.

Asked whether the people of Ghana had committed sin against God for which reason He wants to visit the disaster on them, he responded that ‘the disaster will take place for a political revolution’ to take place.

Bishop Jack said the expected disaster, which he said will follow a peaceful procession to be organised by the BCS, will usher in a new era of economic and political transformation, ending the economic woes of Ghanaians under this NDC government.

Asked whether the predicted political change would mean a change of government from the NDC to the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP), Bishop Jack said emphatically that ‘there will be a political changeover’ but declined to state whether that will be the handing over of power by the current regime.

But his posture hinted strongly that defeat for the ruling government was being predicted.

Meanwhile, Ambassador Ogar Osim, reading the press statement to journalists, said the procession to be attended by 3,000 BCS members will commence from the Kwame Nkrumah Circle on Saturday November 7, 2015 to the Independence Square.

He said the convention of the Brotherhood of the Cross and Star ‘is not meant for miracle crusade or to impose BCS ideology on any religion or organisation. Rather, it obliges us to interact and confer with other Christian communities, government functionaries, traditional leaders and representatives of the numerous religious bodies present in the country.’

He announced that the hallmark of the BCS Convention in Ghana is the physical presence of the most powerful natural spiritual leader, His Holiness Olumba Olumba Obu.

BY Melvin Tarlue

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