The founder and leader of Church of Rabi, Prophet Kwabena Tawiah has predicted that the year 2018 will be a difficult year for the country Ghana.
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According to the religious leader, many prominent Ghanaians including Chiefs, Lawyers, Police officers among others will indiscriminately die.
He also said there will be series of ‘ritual killing’ as ‘Sakawa boys’ will attack and kill young ladies working at night for spiritual purposes.
Sharing series of prophesies at his 31st All-Night service, Prophet Tawiah said God opened his eyes to warn young ladies in order to stay cautious as they go about with their night duties.
The ‘Man of God’ warned that most young ladies who will fall victims to ‘Sakawa boys’ are prostitutes, whose body parts will be cut off whiles they will be offered as sacrifice for blood money.
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Prophet Kwabena Tawiah stressed that there will also be devastating fire disasters across the country as well as fatal accidents that are bound to claim more lives.
The Prophet of God in his prophesy insisted that most of these disasters will occur especially in the first quarter of 2018.
“Chiefs will die, mark the date. A lot of police men and women will die, fire disasters will happen, prostitutes will die due to blood money rituals, accident will happen”, he told his church members to watch out.
He also added that, “from January to March all these things will come to pass. People will know that what God has said is true. People will marvel because it does not have to happen”.
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