Prophet Bishop Reindolph Oduro Gyebi, General Overseer of God’s Crown Chapel in Kumasi appears to have bitten more than he can chew as the family of football legend, Abedi Ayew Pele have come after him over death prophecies.
The Kumasi-based Prophet on a local radio station (Abusua Fm) claimed he had received a vision from God about the impending death of the former Skipper of the Black Stars and wants family members to take steps in averting such a catastrophe..
“Whiles I was praying I saw that Ghanaians were 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. Spiritually I see the soccer maestro losing his life. He will die of a strange disease if the nation and the family of Abedi Pele do not pray to God’s for intervention. I am calling on the national peace council and government to organize a national day of fasting and prayers for the nation to avert this disaster.
But younger brother of Abedi Pele, Sola Ayew in response to the prophecies to give them the exact date and time that God has revealed to him the incident will happen if he wants to be taken serious.
“Tell the pastor that we don’t fear death in our family. We are Muslims and we don’t fear death. Our mother Madam Adiza died. Our father Mr. Ayew also died and our brother Brimah also died. “If the pastor claims he knows the date of death of my brother let him name it.
Or tell him to focus on saving himself from dying. He will also die one day. We will not approach him because he is not God. Our living and death is all in the hands of God and when He decides we will accept it like those in our family who have died previously.”
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