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Eagle Prophet predicted the collapse of banks in Ghana on 31st December 2017

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A video has cited going viral on social media suggests the Eagle Prophet predicted the collapse of some banks in Ghana in 2018.

Prophet Reindolph Oduro Gyebi popularly known as Eagle Prophet is the Founder and General Overseer of God’s Crown Chapel and from the video going around on social media, he saw the collapse of the 5 banks which have now been consolidated into one bank by the Bank of Ghana.

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In the video fast going viral which gathers was recorded on 31st December 2017, Eagle Prophet is seen prophesying at his church during watch night service and spoke about banks collapse.

According to the Kumasi based man of God, there is a plot to collapse some banks by other banks owners so that only their banks will be left standing.

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He prophesied that in 2018, several banks will collapse and called on all bank owners to pray against any plot against their financial institution.


Already, the Bank of Ghana has collapsed and merge 5 banks into consolidated banks which will be managed by KMPG. The banks are BEIGE, Sovereign, Construction, uniBank and Royal Bank.

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The Governor of the BoG, Dr. Ernest Addison explained that those banks are undercapitalized and beyond rehabilitation.

Prior to that, the Bank of Ghana took over the management of UT Bank and Captial bank for similar reasons. Those banks were given to KPMG headed by Mr. Nii Amanor Dodoo.

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