Eagle Prophet says evil spirits killing KUMACA students are in the dining hall

Eagle Prophet says evil spirits killing KUMACA students are in the dining hall

- The Health Ministry and Ghana Health Service have put in place emergency measures to contain the health crisis in Kumasi Academy (KUMACA) in the Ashanti Region

- The cause of death is still unknown

The General Overseer of God’s Crown Chapel in Kumasi, Prophet Reindolph Oduro Gyebi (Eagle Prophet) has revealed that the deaths happening in Kumasi Academy School are as a result of ‘evil spirits ‘ in the dining hall.

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According to the man of God the death of the students are as a result of spiritual attacks

He further opined that in God has a plan to raise a generation that will take responsible roles in the country but there is a strategic plan by the devil to wipe off these children whose destinies are tide to the plans by God.

Eagle Prophet says evil spirits killing KUMACA students are in the dining hall

Kumasi Academy (KUMACA) records fourth death

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The children who carry the destiny of Ghana which is known by the devil are those being attacked by these evil spirits.

“They [students] are destined to achieve all what their parents failed to attain in life.

“That is exactly what the devil is up to,” he said in an interview with Ahotor FM in Kumasi.

Eagle Prophet continue to state that evil spirits are in the school’s dining hall. “I am standing as a prophet; the source of the death of these children is a spirit at the dining hall.

Eagle Prophet says evil spirits killing KUMACA students are in the dining hall

Earlier Wednesday, some pastors visited the school to pray for the students

The evil spirit is at the dinning hall and pollutes their food with this spirit of death, I am sounding a caution to the authorities in charge to check those in charge of the dining hall and the food served each day,” he emphasized.

At least 23 students are reportedly on admission at key health facilities in Kumasi, with 11 deaths recorded since the first case was reported in March 2017.

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The cause of death is still unknown after meningitis was ruled out, health officials have said.

Following the deaths in the school parents and guardians thronged KUMACA to withdraw their wards.

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