I Could Replace Ebony With An Animal To Save Her Life – Prophet

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Since the death of Ebony, many “men of God” are in the news for claiming to have prophesied about her death.

Of all these prophets, Ebony's management has revealed that it was only prophet Owusu Bempah

Ewho talked with them. According to a member of the management team, Abeiku Santana, Prophet Owusu Bempah had offered some directives to observe in order to avert that death prophecy.

And one way was Owusu Bempah willingly giving his car to Ebony to ride in when she was attending events. But another popular prophet has waded into the controversy, not claiming to have foreseen Ebony's death but rather claims he could have prevented it.

Prophet Nana Kofi Yirenkyi, commonly known as Jesus One Touch, claims he could have averted 's death if God had revealed to him earlier like the other prophets claim. In a report by Modernghana.com sighted by YEN.com.gh, Jesus One Touch, Founder of Jesus Blood Prophetic Ministry International, said it was possible for him to have replaced with an animal.

This way, he explains the animal would have died instead of Ebony. According to Jesus One Touch, he had always done that for those whom God had revealed to him were going to die. “If I were the one that God revealed the prophecy to I would've prayed over it and avert it.” “I have done some before for others; all I would do is just to divert her death by replacing with an animal…this is simple…I would've simply reversed her death,” the prophet claims

Ebony, born Priscilla Opoku-Kwarteng met her untimely death on Thursday, February 8, 2018, in a gory car crash. She was reportedly returning from Sunyani after visiting her family members in the Brong Ahafo Region.

Ebony died together with her personal assistant, Franklina Nkansah Kuri, and bodyguard, Lance Corporal Vondee Francis Atsu. Franklina would be buried on March 3, and on March 17, 2018.

 


 
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