NewsTrending

Ghanaian Prophet drops a startling prophecy about London

Apostle Richard Kwame Owusu, the founder and head of Jemel Chapel International, has prophesied that there will be a strike in London on the 15th of next month.

Blogger Sika Official posted a video on X in which Apostle Owusu makes a startling prediction.

“There will be a disease outbreak and hunger in London. Next month on the 15th, it will begin. If you know anybody in London, please buy Gari for them; we will be praying for them. He said in Akan, “Don't laugh; you will be there and you will be told that they are starving to death.

London

Different people have responded differently to the pastor's prophecy on social media, especially on X, which was formerly Twitter.

One user, NO-TIME (@iamNotime), humorously commented, “Make somebody buy dewormer give am. Sometimes, these sayings are symptoms of worms” .

Another user, TOPBOY🥷🏾🦍 (@DarkestCheff), remarked, “It’s Funny he didn’t see ur economy in the future but is see others own 😂😂💔” .

User Oley (@kingoleyman) also shared his skepticism, pointing out, “People that have stored food which can save them 50 years from hunger look at this”.

The prediction has certainly captured attention, provoking both humor and criticism from the online community.

Ghanaian Prophet drops a startling prophecy about London

As the date approaches, many will be watching closely to see if the prophecy comes to pass.

In March 2024, Nigerian prophet, Gideon Isah revealed a divine calling for a popular musician, Asake. According to the prophet, God intends to use Asake as a powerful pastor, and a significant transformation is set to unfold.

Randy Osei Akoto

A content creator, writer, blogger and digital marketer currently the Editor and writer at 2Rvisionnews.com. Believes in hard work and keeps up with latest trending stories making rounds across the globe in all aspects, from politics, sports, entertainment, health, business etc.

Related Articles

0 0 votes
Article Rating

Leave a Reply

0 Comments
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
Advertisement
Back to top button
0
Would love your thoughts, please comment.x
()
x
Close

Adblock Detected

We noticed that you're using an adblocker. Our website relies on ad revenue to provide you with quality content for free. By disabling your adblocker or adding us to your whitelist, you help us continue to offer great content and services.

Thank you for your support and understanding!

Verified by MonsterInsights