Black Stars will win 2019 AFCON – Eagle Prophet

first_imgThe founder and general overseer of the God’s Crown Chapel Prophet Reindolph Oduro Gyebi has forecast that the Black Stars will end their continental trophy drought by winning this year’s Africa Cup of Nations.His prophecy contradicts what another Man of God Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi, Leader of the Glorious Wave International Church, revealed in his end of year service.Oduro Gyebi, popularly known as Eagle Prophet, revealed he saw in his dream the Black Stars being crowned champions of Africa.”It’s true. God revealed to me that Black Stars would win the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations in June,” he told Adom FM Sports.”I saw rainbow clouding over the Black Stars. I also saw captain Asamoah Gyan and his deputy Andre Ayew holding the AFCON trophy and presenting it.”God told me that it is the victory he is giving to the country.” However, Pastor Badu Kobi also gave a different prophecy at his end of year service.”The Black Stars would not win the Africa Cup of Nations this year,” he said.”Last year I said on a TV interview that Ghana football would go down and I advised Kwesi Nyantakyi to stepp down but he didn’t mind me until Anas exposed him.”Ghana last won the tournament 35 years ago at the 1982 finals played in Libya.However, the Black Stars have been losing finalists on three occasions- 1992 (Senegal), 2010 (Angola) and 2015 (Equatorial Guinea).last_img read more

2 Liberians Nabbed for Alleged Swindling

first_imgBATANGAS CITY, THE PHILLIPINES — Two Liberians who allegedly swindled P8 million ( US$1.8M) from two retired teachers in 4 months were arrested in an entrapment operation by Batangas police Wednesday.Batangas provincial director Omega Jireh Fidel identified the suspects as Joseph Gbala, 36, and Jackson Gale, 42, both natives of Monrovia, Liberia. Both were presented to members of the media during a press conference.According to Fidel, the suspects first befriend their victims through the internet, making them believe that their investments would be doubled in no time.”This is a case of ‘Budol-Budol,” Fidel said.Investigations also disclosed that the suspects sent the victims two suitcases with vaults, but it was not until Wednesday that it was discovered that they were full of black paper.Ironically, only 90 dollars were recovered from the suspects’ possession.The suspects, police said, are believed to use a special liquid to produce counterfeit money.Meanwhile, Batangay City police chief Supt. Manuel Castillo warned the public to be wary of making transactions with strangers on the internet.”If it’s too good to be true, then it’s not true,” he said.The suspects, who have been charged with swindling, are now detained at the Batangas City police station even as their entry to the country is being questioned by authorities.Police are also looking into granting them bail, depending on the gravity of their offense. (Report from Angelique Atienza, ABS-CBN News, Southern Tagalog) this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more