‘Don’t Joke With Eagle Prophet’s Prophecy’ – Kwaku Manu Tells Kuami Eugene

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Kumawood actor, Kwaku Manu has cautioned Kuame Eugene to take the recent death prophecy pronounced on him by Eagle Prophet very seriously.

The founder and leader of God’s Crown Chapel, Reindolf Oduro Gyebi, popularly known as Eagle Prophet prophesied during a recent church sermon that musician Kuami Eugene will die in the same fashion as Ebony Reigns.

According to the prophet, people who are not in favour of his astronomical rise have consulted deities to bring him down. The Eagle prophet went on to say that he saw Kuami Eugene traveling to his home town, same way as late Ebony did.

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In a viral video, the man of God is heard saying: “Any of you that knows this young guy called Kuami Eugene, his pictures have been taken to places to bring him down. That young guy should rise up and pray, he shouldn’t joke with his destiny. Because they are bringing him down.”

“Little by little, by the time he realizes, he will no more be relevant. He should pick his prayer life, and begin to pray. They are taking him to places…if he plays with his life, by the close if this year it will be a bad day for him, it will be a bad month for him and it will be a bad year for him.”

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“He should rise up and pray and pray for his family as well because as it happened in the life of Ebony, I saw him travelling to his home town, same way Ebony did.”

Some social media users however condemned the pastor, saying the only thing he and his ilks know is to prophecy death on celebs.

It’s against this background that ‘Mr Aggressive’ Kwaku Manu has asked the singer to take heed to the warning on the back of the accurate predictions he has done in the past.

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