Founder of God’s Crown Chapel, Prophet Reindolf Oduro Gyebi who is popularly known as Eagle Prophet has the prayer of the wife of Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, Samira Bawumia saved the second gentleman from death.
The controversial man of God recounting a prophecy of a stroke and death about the vice president said, the ”God of Dr. Bawumia and the prayer of the wife, saved the man. The God of Bawumia worked a miracle to save the man. The wife also played a key role by praying for the husband to survive.”
”I am telling you, the God of that man and the prayer of the wife, saved the man. It was a serious death that was to hit the vice president but his wife prayed fervently and the God of miracle saved him from death.”
He said, ”my main motive was to save the vice president but I was described as a vulture prophet. But these insults did not affect me in any way because I was only interested in saving the second gentleman of the land.”
In January 2018, the vice president was rushed to the UK for a medical attention.
It was speculated by some persons that he suffered a mild stroke.
But these speculations were disputed by government.
A statement issued announcing his medical trip and signed by Chief of Staff Frema Opare read: ”Vice-President is on medical leave as advised by his doctors.
She said the Vice-President was joined by his wife for the UK trip.
Meanwhile, Proipphet Oduro has also disclosed that vice president is a potential president for Ghana.
”I am a prophet of God and I only prophesy what I have seen. We prophesy what we see about people and so, we do not peddle falsehood but the truth.”
Speaking in an exclusive interview with Kwabena Agyapong on Rainbow Radio 87.5Fm, Prophet Oduro said he is not like the prophets who charge people before they prophesy.
According to him, he is a genuine prophet who has been ordained by God and will never engage in practices that would tarnish his hard won reputation.
To him, prophets are the mouthpiece of God hence they should not be disturbed when people attack them for their doing God’s work.