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Eagle Prophet Is Fake:Kintampo Waterfall Paralysed Teacher 'Fires' False Prophecy Over Student Death

The characteristics that define prophets and prophecy is not fortune-telling or future-prediction, and prophecy is emphatically not reducible to soothe saying or calculations. It must come to pass to fulfill the truth. It is evident that a prophet, contrary to the common meaning of the term today, foretells future events and warns of the consequences with his message on the present and on the interpretation of the past.

At Osino in the Eastern region today, Daniel Alubedak the teacher who was on an excursion at Kintampo waterfalls in the Bono East region narrated how sad he is to an extent that he had wished death for himself. The industrious geography teacher's students died mysteriously when a tree fell on them. It killed almost 20 and he the teacher himself sustained injuries affecting his waist rendering him paralysed for about 4 years now.

In an interview with Angel TV Journalists he answered when asked as to whether he feels stigmatized or neglected by saying yes, he does feel sad especially due to the impression created by false prophets in the country. One of such is Eagle prophet, he is fake. Eagle prophet in an interview with Abeiku Santana claimed indicated that I am being haunted by the ghosts of the dead students which is false.

He also said that I was informed earlier by my pastor about the accident and fortified myself before that which is also not true. He Eagle prophet claimed I met a journalist and sowed a seed to avert the disaster is also totally false. He concluded by saying "it got to me that I felt at a point I should die."

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