In a recurring prophecy, Reindolph Oduro Gyebi, popularly known as the ‘Eagle Prophet’ and General Overseer of God’s Crown Chapel, has once again foretold that Ghana will not witness the swearing-in of its elected president on January 7, 2025.
This prophecy, which Eagle Prophet initially revealed in 2022, continues to capture attention and spark intrigue among Ghanaians. Speaking about this prediction, he stated, “In 2024, we [Ghanaians] will cast our votes, and in 2025, we will inaugurate the president.
Typically, the swearing-in ceremony occurs on January 7, but in 2025, the president won’t take the oath of office on that date. He will be inaugurated on a different date, and that’s all I can say.”
This year, the man of faith has revisited his prophecy, emphasizing that he envisions a potential deviation from the customary inauguration date. His suggestion points to the possibility of an unforeseen development or misunderstanding in the political landscape, as he shared his insights during an interview on Time 97.7FM.
With Ghana gearing up for its presidential and parliamentary elections in 2024, the political arena is already abuzz with anticipation. Major contenders in the upcoming elections include Vice President Mahamudu Bawumia, former President John Mahama, and the potential candidacy of Kennedy Agyapong, contingent upon the outcomes of party primaries.