The man of God who prophesied the Kintampo Waterfall tragedy has called on the Ghana Peace Council and the leadership of the nation to organize a national day of fasting and prayers for the nation to avert more disasters.
Prophet Reynolds Oduro Gyebi, the General Overseer of God’s Crown Chapel in Kumasi speaking on Asempa FM’s Ekosii Sen Programme said God has revealed to him that more disasters are awaiting the country if the country fails to pray about it.
“What happened in Kintampo is something small, something big is about to happen in Ghana if we fail to pray…it is true that many horrible things would happen this year and I prophesied this on 24th October, 2016…,” he revealed
A video of Prophet Reynolds Oduro Gyebi prophesying that there was going to be a tragedy at the Kintampo Waterfall has gone viral on social and mainstream media after an accident at the location which led to the death of eighteen persons.
Preaching on Kumasi-based radio station, Abusua FM in the Ashanti region, he prophesied that “I have seen in a vision that a school is about to embark on an accident to Kintampo Waterfalls, but they had an accident and all of them died. I want them to cancel the trip or postpone it.”
18 persons have been confirmed dead by Chief Superintendent Desmond Owusu Boampong, Kintampo Police Divisional Commander.
The victims, largely students of the Wenchi Methodist Senior High School, were on an excursion and were swimming when the tree fell from the top on them.
Many of the victims are believed to be students, who were swimming under the fall.
Officers from the Ghana Fire Service, the Police and Ambulance Service arrived at the scene to rescue those who have been trapped in the water by the tree.
Those who were rescued were rushed to the Kintampo Hospital for treatment.
Meanwhile, President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has expressed grave concern about the accident.
To avert this tragedy, the man of God called on the National Peace Council to oganise a national day of fasting and prayers which would be interdenominational and also involve Muslims in the country.
“Peace council must organize a national day of prayer involving Muslims and Christians to prevent all these…they should declare a day of mourning and day of prayer, or Ghana would continue writing tributes…,” he said.
He further said that what occurred at Kintampo would only be a tip of the iceberg of disasters awaiting to happen if the country fails to organize the fasting and prayers.
“What happened in Kintampo is something small, something big is about to happen in Ghana if we fail to do this…,” he added.