- Prophet Gyebi is known for 'revealing' prophecies of tragedies that happen in the country
- He has warned the Accra Hearts Of Oak to begin intensive prayers against the danger that looms ahead of them
The general overseer of the God’s Crown Chapel in Kumasi, Prophet Reindolph Oduro Gyebi, has warned of imminent danger regarding the Accra Hearts of Oak football team.
The Eagle Prophet, as he is popularly called, is known to make' doom claims' about the country, most often urging the entities involved in his prophecies, to hold prayers to avert the incoming disaster.
According to a report by Sportsworldghana.com, the Eagle Prophet speaking on Kumasi-based Abusua FM, warned the Accra Hearts of Oak football club that the tragic accident that befell the Asante Kotoko team some months ago, is hovering close to them as well.
“I said this last week and I will say it again today let’s pray for Accra Hearts of Oak for God to protect them and take them out of whatever the devil has planned spiritually because the devil is planning a fatal accident for them.
I see something like Hearts oak playing an international friendly with one of the African countries and that is where the gory accident will happen so let’s not joke, we need to pray seriously for God’s protection,” the Eagle Prophet said.
According to him, these are all plans of the devil against the club, and it is necessary to seek God’s protection to fight off these plans.
Prophet Gyebi has made similar prophecies in the past, with the most recent claim to be the death of a popular personality in the Ghana media scene, whose demise will shock the nation.
Although his 'vision' mentioned the Adom FM family under the Multimedia group, he attributed the death of the Asempa FM presenter, Kwadwo Asare Baffour Acheampong, who died nearly two weeks ago in Accra, to his prophecy.
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