by: michael eli dokosi /www.blakkpepper.com/ghana
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The Ayews are going frontal in the wake of a prophesy by preacher man, Prophet Reindolph Oduro Gyebi of God’s Crown Chapel in Kumasi.
According to Prophet Gyebi, it’s been revealed to him thus:
“While I was praying I saw that Ghanaians celebrating Abedi Pele but not in a good way but in a bad way so I prayed to God to save him from any unfortunate death. “If the nation and the family of Abedi Pele must pray to God’s for intervention, the untimely death of the legendary Ghanaian football star, Abedi Pele will not happen as planned by evil people in the spiritual underworld.”
The preacher also claimed on Kumasi based Abusua FM that: “There is a planned plane crash by the devil to hit the Black Stars team in September, therefore I am trying to reach the head Coach Kwesi Appiah and other officials to do the needful through God’s direction to prevent such disaster from striking the country.”
But former Accra Hearts of Oak midfielder and brother of Abedi Pele, Sola Ayew has rubbished the claims of the supposed seer in an interview with Pulse.com.gh.
“Tell the pastor that we don’t fear death in our family. We are Muslims and we don’t fear death. Our mother Madam Adiza died. Our father Mr. Ayew also died and our brother Brimah also died.”
Sola added: “If the pastor claims he knows the date of death of my brother let him name it or tell him to focus on saving himself from dying. He will also die one day. We will not approach him because he is not God. Our living and death is all in the hands of God and when He decides we will accept it like those in our family who have died previously.”
Abedi Pele is a former Ghana international revered in the country, Africa and across the globe for his fascinating dribbling skills and exquisite goals. He is father to current Black Stars players, Andre and Jordan Ayew.
He won the France Football Magazine African Player of the Year Award three times, was the inaugural winner of the BBC African Sports Star of the Year in 1992, awarded the golden ball award for being the best player at the 1992 African Cup of Nations, and was the “man of the match” in Marseille’s historic European Champions League final win over Milan in 1993.