One Rev. Issac Owusu Bempah has urged the black stars of Ghanaians to take a recent prophecy about the team’s plane crash seriously as the prophecy corroborates with the one he also gave last year in his own church.
He explained that he did not believe the prophecy should be taken lightly, advising that people should stop ‘lambasting’ the evangelist for what he believed God must have told the prophet.
He said, “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.”
Earlier another Ghanaian Prophet Reindolph Oduro Gyebi has predicted that Ghana senior national soccer team will be involved in a fatal plane crash in September and Ghana was going to mourn the team’s one-time captain Abedi Pele this year.
The prophet was said to come into limelight after his evil prophecy against the Black Stars.
The General Overseer of God’s Crown Chapel in Kumasi made this shocking prophecy during his preaching on the radio where he claimed the looming calamity was revealed to him by God.
He said, “While I was praying I saw that Ghanaians celebrating Abedi Pele but not in a good way but in a bad way so I prayed to God to save him from any unfortunate death”
Prophet Gyebi said the new Black Stars’ coach, the Ghana Football Association and the ex-captain must consult him in order to avoid the gory death that is set to befall the country.
“There is a planned plane crash by the devil to hit the Black Stars team in September, therefore I am trying to reach the head Coach Kwesi Appiah and other officials to do the needful through God’s direction to prevent such disaster from striking the country.
“If the nation and the family of Abedi Pele must pray to God’s for intervention, the untimely death of the legendary Ghanaian football star, Abedi Pele will not happen as planned by evil people in the spiritual underworld.”
Source: ( Punch Newspaper )