John Mahama’s son will die in 2019 – Eagle Prophet

John Mahama’s son will die in 2019 – Eagle Prophet

John Mahama’s son will die in 2019 – Eagle Prophet


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The Kumasi based founder and leader God’s Crown Chapel, Prophet Reindolph Oduro Gyebi best known as Eagle Prophet known for his controversial prophecies has transferred his prophecies into the house of former President Mahama and revealed that his son will die this year.

Eagle Prophet explained that one of the 3 sons of John Mahama and Lordina Mahama will die mysteriously and many people will accuse the former president who is seeking for reelection as the flagbearer of the NDC of killing the son as a sacrifice for the position.

The Eagle Prophet who’s real name is Prophet Reindolph Oduro Gyebi made this shocking revelation on 31st December watch night service at his church said, God revealed to him in a prophecy that, John Dramani Mahama will lose one of his sons, and people will accuse him of using him for rituals because he wants to come back to power.

“We will pray for the ex-president John Dramani Mahama. I saw people talking about him so much. And in their talking, they stated that it is because he wants to come back to power that he has sacrificed his son for rituals.

“I saw his family mourning one of his sons and it was a big blow. It will affect him in so many ways. So the family of our ex-president should rise up and pray for divine protection over his family especially, one of his sons.

“This is an arrow in the realms of the spirit that there is a consultation from Burkina Faso and the person doing it said the only way to get to Mahama is to hit one of his sons. This thing that I’m seeing is not far. It’s very close so rise up and pray,” Eagle Prophet ended.



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