Eagle Prophet speaks of his prediction about the collapse of the Ghanaian banks
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Eagle Prophet speaks of his prediction about the collapse of the Ghanaian banks

- The Eagle Prophet, Reindolph Oduro Gyebi, has revealed that he foresaw the collapse of some Ghanaian banks

- He explained that he would have kept quiet, but for a social media post he saw

- The post stated that Ghanaian prophets only predict deaths and nothing else

The Founder and Leader of God’s Crown Chapel, Prophet Reindolph Oduro Gyebi popularly known as Eagle Prophet, has revealed that he prophesied the collapse of the Ghanaian banks.

He explained that there are spiritual forces behind the collapse of the banks, and as such there is the need for prayers.

Interacting with Ama Gyenfa Ofosu Darkwah on Atinka TV’s Ghana Nie Friday, the popular prophet noted that the collapse of some of the banks in Ghana is an attack by spiritual forces to weaken the economy of Ghana.

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Eagle Prophet Source: Supplied

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According to him, “all these things happening in the banking sector is a fight on the economic level of Ghana and so we are praying that all the other banks will survive.”

He further noted that he almost kept silent on the matter but decided to speak as a result of a social media post.

The post sought to imply that Ghanaian prophets only speak on matters of death, as they are unable to predict anything else.

His attempt to correct that impression therefore made him speak on the challenges of the banking sector.

He went on to say that he met with the managers of some of the banks in order to caution them against the impending doom, but they didn’t listen to him.

They later to him with pleas with respect to how to revive the banks, at the point when danger was approaching.

He, however, pleaded with the populace to exercise patience in demanding their monies from savings and loans companies like the First Allied Savings and Loans, Midland Savings and Loans, and others, because they are working tirelessly to sustain their banks.

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