When Coalition for Democratic Change Standard Bearer President George Manneh Weah stepped in the race for the 2017 Presidential and Representative Elections, he was engulfed by fears and apparent lack of faith that he could ascend to the nation’s highest office this time around; the President’s spiritual mother discloses.
Mother Kebbeh Karngar, healer and prophetess, is Spiritual Advisor to President George Weah, directly working in the President’s Office. “When George Weah came to me for prayers to contest in the elections, I noticed something was embarrassing him; he was overcome by fears”, she reveals.
Speaking at an ordination and honoring worship service on Sunday, 29 April in the edifice of the God’s Love International Ministry or GLIM Inc. in VOA Community along the Robertsfeild Highway outside Monrovia, she says it took strong prayers to give the now President courage that indeed, this was his time to provide leadership for Liberia.
Madam Karngar was invited at the church to serve as one of its chief patrons for the unveiling of gifts for the founders and overseers of the Love a Child Orphanage, Mother Rebecca B. Wreh and Father Albert N. Wreh, who also gave birth to the GLIM Inc.
As she walked to the alter to perform the duty, the Prophetess and Spiritual Advisor struck a tune of praise to Almighty God in the Lorma vanercular, her native tribe.
According to her, she advised President Weah to prioritize the wellbeing of less privileged Liberians, especially the visually impaired, physically challenged, deaf and doom, and the elderly, if his government should succeed.
Mother Kebbeh Karngar also recounts her ordeal with community witches and wizards, who she reveals, went at her residence to challenge her power, adding, “They sent lightning in my house, but I just laugh.”
She urges Christains to always laugh at their enemies, because as believers, they (Christains) carry higher power.During the program, the church ordained 11 members as Ministers of the Gospel, including Father Joshua G. Dahn, who is also Church Administrator.
The Head Pastor, Jeremiah E.Wesaye, calls on the newly ordained Ministers to work and take charge of the Church, reminding them that as an Evangelist, he is passingby.
-Story by Jonathan Browne