- An African woman of God has said in a video dated October 16, 2020, that a big tragedy is likely to befall Ghana
- She called on all children of God in the whole world to join hands and pray for God to avert the huge crash that is likely to hit Ghana
- According to her, if nothing is done to stop the incident, over 100 houses in Ghana will be destroyed in a massive crash
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An African prophetess has urged children of God all over the world to pray for Ghana as there is a great tragedy threatening to befall the country.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official Instagram handle of Celebritiesbuzzgh, the woman of God spoke with all seriousness she could muster.
Giving more details, the woman indicated in the video that there will be a great crash in the country, destroying more than 100 houses.
Watch the video below:
"Children of God all over the world, pray for Ghana. Pray that the Lord will avert a tragedy that is about to fall on Ghana. There will be a crash affecting more than 100 buildings in Ghana," she said.
The video was dated October 16, 2020, but what was not explicitly stated by the prophetess was whether the incident would likely happen in 2020 or otherwise.
Whatever the case may be, it is hoped that God will listen to the prayers of his people and avert any tragedy threatening to befall the country, as He reveals to redeem.
In another interesting report by YEN.com.gh, a 34-year-old sportsman and peace advocate, identified as Derrick Lomotey, has completed a peace campaign from Tamale to Accra through Kumasi on foot.
According to a video report sighted by YEN.com.gh on the verified Facebook handle of Citi 97.3 FM, it took Derrick three weeks to complete the entire journey.
It is reported that within the period, Derrick Lomotey made several stops at different communities to educate the public and major stakeholders on how to retain peace before, during and after the 2020 general elections.
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