PROPHECY CAUSES FEAR AND PANIC AT GFA

PROPHECY CAUSES FEAR AND PANIC AT GFA

- A prophet based in Kumasi has revealed that the Black Stars may have a plane accident soon

- He added that former Black Stars captain, Abedi Pele, may die from a fatal disease

- The GFA has however pledged to adhere to any directive from the man of God

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The Ghana Football Association (GFA) are in a dilemma, as a result of a recent prophecy by a man of God.

PROPHECY CAUSES FEAR AND PANIC AT GFA

Winfred Osei Palmer, Executive Committee member of the GFA

Prophet Prophet Reindolph Oduro Gyebi, who is the General Overseer of God’s Crown Chapel in Kumasi and is popularly known as Eagle, is reported to have recently announced the imminent death of former Black Stars captain Abedi Ayew Pele.

He also mentioned an impending fatal airplane crash that would leave a substantial number of officials and players with varying degrees of injuries, as well as death.

An Executive Committee member, Winfred Osei Palmer has disclosed that the Association would do well to act on any instruction from the prophet

According to him, the prophecy would be given the necessary attention, and as such GFA officials would quickly reach the man of God to do everything possible to avert the impending national tragedy.

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He was however quick to add that Prophet Gyebi should have reached out to the GFA in order to discuss the matter. To him, letting it out in the open only caused fear and panic.

He added that travelling by air is generally an uneasy experience, so the nature of the revelation has merely increased the fear some people do have for flying.

He again mentioned the potential repercussions of the prophecy on the mindset of the playing body.

He believed that a future call to national duty may be met with apprehension, especially when the issue of flying overseas comes in.

He finally concluded that the GFA is ready to abide by any directives given by the man of God, lest any misfortune befalls Ghana.

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