Prophet Reindolph Oduro Gyabi, who happens to be the leader and General Overseer of Kumasi-based God’s Crown Chapel has dropped yet another prophecy of death over the entertainment industry.
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Speaking in an interview with Ahotor FM on Wednesday, the man of God popularly called “Eagle Prophet” called for nationwide prayers to avert road accidents this Christmas especially on the Tema motorway.
He advised all motorists to be very careful this Christmas because there is a spirit on the motorway planning to take lives.
He revealed that he saw the “Spirit of the late Suzzy Williams” which was a demonic spirit representing the lives of living public figures and was planning on taking the lives of more stars in the music, movie and radio industries.
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The popular man of God who is noted for ‘dropping’ prophesies advised commuters especially those who ply the Accra-Tema Motorway stretch to be very careful to avoid accidents this yuletide.
He indicated that the way to avert this impending calamity was for people to fast and pray aggressively during the Christmas especially on the day of the week on which they were born.
He said that the target group for these accidents were going to be celebrities so he was sounding a word of caution to all of them to be vigilant.
The popular Kumasi-based prophet revealed that many lives were going to be lost during the Christmas but he gave assurances that if people prayed and fasted religiously, they were sure to escape this calamity.
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Prophet Reindolph Oduro Gyabi is noted for many prophecies in the past. He is noted to have prophesied about the death of the popular Asempa FM's “Ekosii Sen?” show host, Kwadwo Asare Baffuor Acheampong popu;arly known as KABA.
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