Hypocrite Ghanaians Killed Ebony-Prophet Lashes Out


Following the death of Ebony,many prophets and men of God have receive critics. Some for not helping overturn what they saw and others for using this sad event to get popularity.

But one veteran Prophet (Prophet Philip K.Acquah) blames Ghanaians for their continuous ill spoken words about Ebony(during the days of her life) after her accident on the Sunyani-Kumasi road on Friday 9th February 2018.

Ebony who was tipped to travel on musical tour across the world saw her musical career comes to an abstract end when traveling back from her visit to her parents with 2 others dead alongside her when her Jeep collided with a VIP bus as reported.

According to Prophet Philip K.Acquah of “The Church of Bethesda” located at Anyaa and also President of the Council for Spiritual Churches of Ghana, Ebony was not loved by Ghanaians.

Preaching during Sunday’s church service on Philico TV, he stated that Ghanaians are the cause of Ebony’s death and they should stop blaming prophets. Most people always talk about Ebony’s dressing and saying things that are discouraging. But after her death,everybody love her. Is this not hypocrisy?

It is time Ghanaians stop certain attitudes which can lead to death and Ebony is an Example. A lot of people are talking about prophets and prophecies but the real state of the incident is we Ghanaians, and we caused it.

In a discussion with Nicholas Quansah who is the son of Prophet Philip K. Acquah, he didn’t hide his support for his dad as he quoted that “Some Ghanaians are hypocrites and evil”. The nation have lost a great music talent and we must all be responsible for it. We should find a way to prevent such things since we have realise the continuous occurrence but we are rather biting around the bush.We send our condolences to the family and all her funs.


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Story: Ahovi Harry

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