When will these prophets ever learn? Never get too definite with your prophecies or you’re bound to get caught out.
For years T.B Joshua survived on saying vague things and later matching them to disasters in all parts of the world, but the moment he went definite and predicted the US election for Clinton he was left with egg on his face.
A Ghanaian preacher claimed he had received a prophesy that today’s world cup qualifier between Ghana and Congo would be a 2-0 victory for the Stars.
As we reported earlier, he correctly prophesied Thursday’s 1-0 win for Uganda over Egypt and therefore we asked you to watch this space for an update of how his prophesy panned out.
In the end, Ghana drew 1-1 against Congo to all but get kicked out of qualifying for next year’s World Cup.
So the ‘prophesy’ didn’t turn out as expected, leaving Ghanaians not only broken hearted but wondering who cooked up this wicked lie?
Was it the prophet, or God almighty himself? After all, we don’t really know how much God really knows about football!
Read the report about the ‘prophesy’ below…
A Ghanaian spiritualist has prophesied a 2-0 win for the Black Stars in today’s World Cup qualifier in Kumasi against Congo Brazaville.
Sweden based Prophet Frimpong Williams has garnered some fresh legitimacy after he prophesied Egypt’s crucial 1-0 loss to Uganda on Thursday.
“What I saw was that after the two games Ghana had won with Egypt losing their game to Uganda,” Frimpong Williams said before the match, according to the football website.
“Ghana will beat Congo 2-0 and Egypt will lose 1-0 to Uganda” he said.
With the first ‘prophesy’ happening exactly as he said, all heads now turn to the Black Stars game this afternoon to determine whether the 2-0 scoreline would indeed come to pass.
Regardless of the prophesy, Ghana desperately needs a win to stay in touch in the group, with Uganda on 7pts and Egypt from 6pts after three games played. Anything less than a win in Kumasi this afternoon and the Black Stars can say goodbye to qualification to Russia.
If Frimpong Williams is to be believed, we have nothing to fear on that score.
“What I saw was the whole of Ghana were rejoicing and God has spoken and Ghana will qualify.” he added.
Watch this space – the game is only a few hours away.