- Rev. Issac Owusu Bempah has urged Ghanaians to take a recent prophecy about the Black Stars plane crash seriously
- He said the prophecy is similar to one he made last year in his church
Founder of Glorious Way Chapel, Rev Isaac Owusu Bempah, has urged members of the Ghana Football Administration not to take lightly a recent plane crash predicting prophecy made by a local pastor.
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According to the controversial man of God, a prophecy made a Pastor Randolph Oduro Gyebi - who is the general overseer for the GOd's Crown Chapel - that the senior national football team would perish in a plane crash is true especially since it corroborates a similar prophecy he made during an "all-night session" in his church.
Prophet Gyebi also said that GFA officials should seek him out if they wanted to avert the looming calamity.
Rev. Isaac Owusu Bempah expressed that the he did not believe the prophecy should be taken lightly, and to stop "lambasting" the evangelist for what - according to him - God told him.
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"I don’t think he will just come out and prophesy when God has not revealed it to him and so GFA and the Black Stars should not joke with it” he said on Accra based Neat FM."
On Wednesday Morning, Prophet Gyebi over the radio predicted that Ghana's senior national team, the Black Stars, would be involved in a plance crash in September, and that Abedi Pele, one of Ghana's football legends, would also "pass on" this year.
The prophecy has met some criticism, while the Ayew family has decided to respond by discrediting the prophecy altogether. The prophecy comes at a somewhat uncomfortable time as the Black Stars are scheduled to travel to the Republic of Congo for an African.
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