- Reindolph Oduor Gyebi, commonly known as Eagle Prophet, has said that the December elections might not happen
- He said God has showed him in a vision that there is going to be a certain ‘war’ in the spiritual realm that is going to be manifested physically
- The prophet said on the D-day, there is going to be heavy rainfall amid thunderstorm that will prevent people from voting
- This, he said, will bring chaos into the country because there would be no president
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Ghanaian preacher, Reindolphy Gyebi, popularly known as Eagle Prophet, has claimed that the much-anticipated December elections might not come on as long planned and arranged for.
According to him, God showed him in a vision that there is going to be a struggle in the spiritual realm a few days getting to the elections, that is going to bring about a certain change.
He added that the spiritual change will be felt in the physical for all people to see with their own eyes.
He was speaking in an interview contained in a video sighted by YEN.com.gh.
Eagle Prophet said again that on the election day itself, December 7, Ghanaians are going to witness a massive downpour that is going to disrupt the voting process.
He said the rain is going to be accompanied by thunderstorms and lightning so much so that people will not have it easy coming out to vote.
All these happenings, Eagle Prophet said, are going to cause tension in the country because there would not be a president at this time.
Meanwhile, Ghanaians are anxiously looking forward to the election day as preparations have been made. The Electoral Commission, for instance, has held a registration exercise for qualified citizens to obtain a voter identification card.
The political parties are also ready as both the New Patriotic Party (NPP), and the National Democratic Congress (NDC) have all launched their manifestoes.
Eagle Prophet, on the other hand, is known for his prophesying the disaster that happened about three years ago at the Kintampo Waterfalls, claiming that Kintampo is the 'headquarters of witches'.
He also predicted an accident around the Accra Mall which never came to pass.
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