The founder and head pastor of God’s Crown Chapel Prophet Reindolph Oduro Gyebi popularly called ‘Eagle Prophet’ has advised Ghanaians to desist from being obstinate to God’s prophecies.
Prophet Oduro prophesised on Abusua FM on March 13, 2017 about the Kintampo disaster where about 20 students and revellers were killed when a tree from the uphill fell on them.
Speaking on Ultimate Breakfast Show hosted by Lantam Papanko, he indicated that obeying God’s prophecies when he speaks through his prophets will go a long way in saving lives and properties in the country.
He questioned why some people feel pompous due to the knowledge they have acquired thereby speaking against men of God when God speaks to the nation through them.
He disclosed that he failed to pray to avert the incident from happening because he was not instructed by God to do so.
According to him, he has been very sad after the incident occurred saying he is not a happy pastor though he is trending on social media for prophesising about the incident.
He stated that he didn’t know the schools that were going on the excursion asking why one of the authorities of the schools who was listening to him failed to inform his colleagues about the prophesy.
Prophet Oduro Gyebi observed that due to abstinence, the country has lost people who could have made impact in their fields of work.
He observed that often than not, educated people tend to be abreast with everything in the world and thus ignore God’s prophecies.
‘I am sad about the incident, I am not happy about it at all that, I am telling you honestly. I am granting media interviews by prompting people that God still speaks and we shouldn’t be disobedient when God speaks to through his people. When he speaks, we have to respect it and obey his words. We have lost dignitaries, men who have stood up for the country, by becoming Presidents, doctors and all that, so such things should be stopped, we have to listen to God rather than taking heed on their certificates and the degrees that we holding. Don’t doubt God’s prophecies,’ he advised.