“You can Insult me, But Don’t Involve my parents” – Pastor fumes after failed Ghana-Egypt match prophecy

Ghanaian Pastor, Jedidia Henry Kore also known as Fire Oja, addresses the criticisms trailing the failure of his prophecy regarding the Ghana national team and a player Mohammed Kudus.

Before the African Cup of Nations match against Egypt, Pastor Kore predicted a humiliating defeat for the Black Stars against Egypt’s Pharaohs.

He suggested that the only way Ghana could avoid the loss was by wearing red jerseys. Additionally, he foresaw Kudus not performing well, claiming to have seen him eating popcorn during the game, interpreting it as a sign of impending disgrace.

Despite the predictions, Ghana secured a draw in the match, and Kudus’ performance contradicted the prophet’s prophecy by scoring the two goals.

In response to the unending call-out posts, the pastor expressed disappointment with individuals making disrespectful comments about his mother.

“Someone just insulted my mother all because a prophecy had come to pass and I didn’t do anything about it. Hmmm, the sad news is the same people will call you fake if the prophecy didn’t come to pass. Always insulting men of God”

“When a prophecy come to pass, they will insult you that if you are a good man of God, you should have PRAYED to God to cancel it. When you pray for God to redeem it, they will insult you and say you are fake, that is why YOUR prophecy didn’t come to pass. WHAT SHOULD WE DO? Pls note YOU CAN INSULT ME BUT DON’T INVOLVE MY PARENTS .”