The head pastor of Gracious Fire House Chapel, Prophet Richard Gyimah, says dancehall artiste Ebony Reigns could have averted her death if she picked his call.
The man of God who said she had a vision about the artiste’s death when he was preparing to preach to the youth of his church said he tried countless times to reach Ebony to tell her about the prophecy to no avail.
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“Ebony cut the line on me when I introduced myself as a prophet. After that incident, I tried several times but her line was off and there was nothing I could do” he stated on Adom FM’s morning show, Dwaso Nsem Monday.
The Prophet, during one of his church services said the ‘Maame Hwe’ hit maker had made some consultations before adding that the “thing” she consulted would kill her by July 2018.
“I’m a prophet so I speak prophetically. She will not get missing like Castro but she will die the same way Terry Bonchaka had a car accident” he stressed.
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Months later, Ebony Reigns met her tragic death in a road crash at Nyamebekyere, a farming community between Abesewa and Nsuta in the Ashanti Region on the Sunyani-Kumasi highway on Thursday night.
The singer and two others including a military officer were on board a jeep vehicle with registration number AS 497-16 from Sunyani towards Accra when they had head-on collision with a KIA VIP bus heading towards Sunyani from Accra.
Ebony and her friends were pronounced dead at the Bechem Government Hospital.
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But Prophet Richard Gyimah said the dancehall diva held the key to prevent her death.
He indicated that though Ebony had a natural talent, due to the powers she had consulted, there was nothing he could do to save her from the accident.
The Gracious Fire House Chapel International pastor said Ebony paid the ultimate prize for rushing for fame.
Prophet Richard Gyimah urged the youth to use Ebony’s predicament as a lesson to seek the kingdom of God first before fame.