Visiting Ghanaian Preacher Blasts Obama, Trump

By Zwelethu Zikhali

 Victoria Falls, November 21, 2016 – GHANAIAN preacher Evangelist Dag Heward Mills who is in the country on a nationwide healing crusade, has said some world leaders and European nations “will go to hell” as they have stopped believing in God.

 

He was conducting a sermon at the close of a two-day Healing Jesus Campaign in Victoria Falls on Saturday night where scores of locals endured the rain to receive “blessings” from the preacher.

However, the popular clergy took time to blast world leaders such as outgoing US president Barak Obama and his successor Donald Trump will go to hell because they don’t believe in God.

Evangelist Mills said politicians and businesspersons forget God whenever they prosper.

“Today if you go to some European nations such as France, Germany, Britain, Belgium, Norway and others, it’s like there is no God and they no longer believe in him,” he said.

He said all nations that turn against God will go to hell as he warned people to be on the lookout for leaders that “forget God”.

“When Obama (Barak) was elected, he thanked everyone including his wife, children and even his dog but didn’t mention God as if he did nothing for him. One president Trump (Donald) when he won, thanked everyone around him but left out God…watch out for these people who forget God,” said Evangelist Mills.

He said people deliberately forget God when they prosper in life.

The crusade was attended by thousands of people from Victoria Falls town and surrounding rural areas and Hwange.

Even the rains that fell on Saturday evening could not dampen the people’s spirits, as everyone was convinced the evangelist had prayed for rain.

He himself bragged: “Are you enjoying the beginning of the rains?

“Everywhere we go it rains and that’s a sign of blessings.”

People jostled to witness “miracles” after some gave testimonies they had been healed from different ailments.

The Ghanaian and his entourage have been in the country for some weeks as he circles towns holding crusades, where he says he was sent by God to make sure people are written in the book of life.

 

The crusades are continuing in Beitbridge, Gwanda, Harare, Mutare, Zvishavane and Masvingo.