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A serious disaster is going to hit Ghana and claim the lives of many Ghanaians, senior clerics of the Brotherhood of the Cross and Star (BCS), a spiritual organisation with headquarters in Nigeria, have predicted.

The disaster, however, they claim is going to bring a complete change in the social, political and economic lives of the people of Ghana.

Bishop Sam Jack, a member of the International Organising Committee (IOC) of the BCS global convention, said the disaster will be severe and 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.

The convention of the Brotherhood of the Cross and Star, he said, is neither a worldly party nor secret society.

“It is non-denominational, non-sectional, non-segregation, non-secular government organisation.”

The BCS clerics made these known at a press briefing on the church’s ongoing International Convention and Choral Festival which began on November 2, 2015 and ended yesterday.

The champions of the music festival will be christened the ‘Music Stars of Africa,’ who will be awarded with cash donations.
Source: The Finder

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