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There is a spiritual reason for Ebony’s ‘mortuary video’ - Popular prophet reveals

Yesterday, Ghanaians woke up to the rude of shock of a video containing the corpses of the late dancehall diva, Ebony Reigns, and her pal, Franky Kuri, circulating on social media.

In the said video, the mortuary man who is in charge of the two corpses is said to have allegedly fondled the dead bodies.

The video attracted huge outcry from the public, and the mortuary man was severely condemned for his action.

He later came out to speak on the matter, explaining that the police directed him to take the video for an investigation.

But a popular Ghanaian “man of God”, Prophet Reindolph Oduro Gyebi, has downplayed the mortuary man’s explanation that he took the video for an investigation purpose.

The founder and General Overseer of God’s Crown Chapel, says beyond the physical, there is also a spiritual purpose for which the video was recorded.

In a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on ModernGhana.com, Prophet Reindolph, popularly known for predicting the death of radio host, KABA, says he has seen Ebony fourteen times in his visions.

According to him, the recording of Ebony’s dead body is a spiritual requirement of someone close to Ebony who seeks to “tie her spiritually”.

This, according to the Eagle Prophet, is a means to prevent Ebony’s spirit from attacking those who are behind her sudden and “artificial” death.

Prophet Reindolph also added that the attack meted out to the mortuary man is not necessary because he does not know the spiritual implications of recording the video.

He therefore called on Ebony’s family to “rise up” and seek answers “beyond the physical”.

Meanwhile. Ebony’s family and management, who have been angered by the act, have threatened to sue the Bechem Government Hospital and the mortuary man.

Bullet, Ebony’s manager, has said the mortuary man will be dealt with after her burial which is slated for March 17, 2018.

Source: YEN

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