Evil Spirit killing students at KUMACA – Prophet


    Prophet Reindolph Oduro Gyebi, the General Overseer of God’s Crown Chapel in Kumasi popularly known as Eagle Prophet, has deepened the controversy surrounding the Kumasi Academy student’s deaths.

    He has stated that the deaths of these children are as a result of a spiritual attack. He continued by stating that the evil spirit is located at the dining hall of the school.

    According to him, God has a plan to raise a generation that will take responsible roles in the country but there is a strategic plan by the devil to wipe off these children whose destinies are tied to these plans by God.

    “Those future children who carry the destiny of Ghana which is known by the devil are those being attacked by these evil spirits.

    They are destined to achieve all what their parents failed to attain in life. That is exactly what the devil is up to.

    “I am standing as a prophet; the source of the tolling death of these children is a spirit at the dining hall.

    The evil spirit is at the dinning, and pollutes their food with this spirit of death, I am sounding a caution to the authorities in charge to check those in charge of the dining hall and the food served each day”, He emphasized.

    The Prophet further stated that authorities in charge of investigations on the cause of these deaths should also focus on the spiritual aspects as well by inviting pastors to the school to cast out this evil spirit

    Four students of Kumasi Academy (KUMACA) have been confirmed dead Wednesday morning, following the death of three others last week.

    The three – two females and a male, died at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) hospital, the Ashanti Regional Public Relations Officer of the Ghana Education Service (GES), Cassandra Twum Ampofo has confirmed.

    This brings the number of students who have died from April this year to 8.

    44 other students are currently on admission at the hospital.

    Last week’s death occurred within 48 hours, a day before the school celebrated its 60th anniversary on Saturday.