Founder and General Overseer of God’s Crown Chapel, Prophet Reindolph Oduro Gyebi, popularly known as the Eagle Prophet has revealed that a click of bigwigs of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) are scheming spiritually to murder Vice President, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia to prevent him from ever becoming the substantive President of Ghana in the future.
According to the renowned man of God who’s noted for his doom prophesies coming to pass, the enemies of Dr Bawumia are busily traveling far and new visiting countries including Burkina Faso and Turkey consulting powerful deities to take the life of the second gentleman of the land.
“A lot of people from the NPP are going to die because of their Juju against Bawumia, they should be very careful. These people because of their political ambition are plotting to eliminate people they consider to be a threat to their quest. They should stop going to Burkina Faso, Saudi Arabia and Turkey for Juju, there is no other power stronger than that of the Almighty God. If God crowns someone a king no other person can destool the king unless God gives the nod, their jostling about will not yield any positive results and their evil deeds will certainly come to naught.”
He added “if they don’t stop their evil machinations, the NPP will be deeply divided and the party thrown into chaos. These people must be very careful and rather work in unity with a common front. The Almighty God wants the NPP to lead the country into prosperity but that will not happen with such evil intentions among a host of party members. Whichever candidate has to be supported to reach the ultimate must be given the full support and not pulled down as some have purposed in their hearts.” Eagle Prophet told Akwasi Nsiah on Anopa Kasapa on Kasapa FM Wednesday.
While indicating that he and other prophets are praying to avert the intended death of Veep Bawumia, Eagle Prophet urged Second Lady, Samira Bawumia to rise up in fervent prayers and intercede on her husband (Veep Bawumia) to avert any misfortune befalling him.