Failed Prophecy on Ghana-Egypt Match:
Ghanaian Prophet Jedidia Henry Kore, also known as Fire Oja, faced criticism after his prophecy about Ghana’s national football team and player Mohammed Kudus did not materialize during the recent African Cup of Nations match against Egypt.
Prophecy Details – Defeat and Jersey Choice:
Before the match, Prophet Kore had predicted a humiliating defeat for the Black Stars against Egypt’s Pharaohs.
He suggested that the only way to avert this defeat was for Ghana’s team to wear red jerseys.
Additionally, he foresaw a poor performance by Mohammed Kudus, claiming to have seen the player eating popcorn during the game, interpreting it as a sign of impending disgrace.
Contradiction by Match Outcome – Ghana’s Draw and Kudus’ Performance:
Contrary to the prophecy, Ghana secured a draw in the match, and Mohammed Kudus displayed an impressive performance by scoring the two goals of the match.
This outcome led to criticism and call-out posts directed at the prophet.
Prophet Kore’s Response – Disappointment and Personal Attacks:
In response to the criticism, Prophet Kore expressed disappointment with individuals who made disrespectful comments about his mother.
He highlighted the challenging position that prophets face, as they are criticized regardless of whether prophecies come to pass or not.
He noted the inconsistency in reactions, with people calling him fake in both scenarios.
Appeal for Respect – Insults Directed at Parents:
Prophet Kore acknowledged the freedom for individuals to criticize him but urged them not to involve his parents, particularly expressing concern about insults directed at his mother.
He reflected on the dilemma faced by prophets, where they are criticized for not preventing prophecies from coming to pass and also for being considered fake if the prophecies fail.
The response from Prophet Kore sheds light on the challenges faced by individuals who deliver prophecies, especially in the public domain.
The incident underscores the complexities surrounding predictions, public reactions, and the personal toll it can take on those delivering spiritual messages.Share on Facebook «||» Share on Twitter «||» Share on Reddit «||» Share on LinkedIn