Cloud full of calamities hangs over Ghana – Prophet

A Kumasi-based prophet who is purported to have predicted Sunday afternoon Kintampo Waterfall disaster, has revealed to  Onua Fm morning show ‘Yen Nsem Pa’ that there are several grave calamities looming over the country which he said could only be averted by work of national prayer and fasting. Prophet Oduro Gyebi who is also affectionately called by his followers as Eagle Prophet said the looming disasters are targeted at the youth and something must be done urgently to prevent “that tragedy” Reports of Prophet Gyebi’s prophecy on Kintampo Waterfall disaster hit the mainstream media in the early hours of Monday. The prophet had in a short video predicted the disaster through a revelation he had, and warned any school that intended going any excursion to the tourist site to cancel the trip. At least 15 students of Wenchi Senior High School were among persons who lost their lives the waterfall disaster yesterday while on excursion there. But Prophet Oduro Gyebi of God’s Crown Chapel insisted that the Kintampo disaster would have been averted if the school authorities had heeded his caution. “I had the revelation seven clear days before the incident took place, and it was a caution prophecy. So God had revealed to me then that someone from the school was listening to me and I asked that person to alert the school authorities to cancel the trip, but the person did not take me serious, we have all seen the end result,” he lamented as he spoke to host of the morning show Bright Kwesi Asempa. Moreover, Prophet Oduro Gyebi said Ghana is on the verge of suffering other calamities in the coming days, and called on religious leaders and government to declare a national prayer and fasting session for God’s intervention. “Let us pray to stop this demonic disaster, clouds of calamity are hovering over us, there are people who went for all kinds of spiritual powers for political positions, so we must pray.”

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