Shock has filled the entire soccer fraternity after a video that went viral on the internet suggested a one prophet Dr. Emmanuel Kobi Badu prophesy. This video was recorded during a Sunday service earlier on before the match finals of England and Italy took place.
In this video, the Ghanaian pastor, businessman, philanthropist and writer, Dr. Prophet Emmanuel Kobu Badu revealed that, if he was truly the man of God, that if people want to know that God speaks, England was to lose on the Euro 2021 finals against Italy.
In the same video, the prophet Dr. Emmanuel Kobi Badu confidently asserted that, God was speaking through him and showed him that England was to lose despite having the Euro 2021 hosted at home, Wembley.
And as he said, it was England to score first through Luke Shaw in the first 10 minutes of the game. As the prophecy started to manifest, Italy scored in the 66th minute and the game was sent the extra time. After the extra time 30 minutes elapsed, the penalty shoot outs took place where England lost from.
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Marcus Rashford, Bukayo Saka and Jadon Sancho missed the penalty shoot outs that made England grass on the winning spirit. The three players have ever since faced a severe racial attack from England fans.
This is where Prophet Dr. Emmanuel Kobi Badu prophecy comes in, and his prophecy emerges to come true and added in the Prophet Emmanuel Kobi Badu prophecies that have come true.
Who is Dr. Prophet Emmanuel Kobi Badu?
Born on May 3 in Ashanti Region of Ghana. He is the Founder and General overseer of Glorious Wave Church International, President of Kingdom Bible College, Emmanuel Kobi Ministries and the author of several publications and books including “Born for Glory” and ” The Church Back to Eden.
He is married to Gloria Badu Kobi which is also from Asante Region of Ghana.
In February 2019, Abronye DC of the ruling New Patriotic Party denounced Kobi as a “fake pastor”, claiming he consistently gives ‘false prophecies’
In July 2019, Prophet Dr. Emmanuel Kobi was criticized in the Parliament of Ghana for derogatory and racist language he used towards Ashanti and Fanti women. The Christian Council of Ghana also criticized his comments, describing them as “bigoted” and “unnecessary and lawless