The Vice-Chancellor of the University of Professional Studies, Accra, has reacted to a doomsday prophecy predicting the collapse of the school’s ultra-modern Auditorium commissioned barely three-months ago.
Leader of Faith Mount Sinai Ministry, Prophetess Faustina Dwamena, in a New Year message said a “big Auditorium” at the UPSA would collapse on April 9, 2020, and scores of students would lose their lives.
The Prophetess predicted the collapse of a portion of the Accra Mall which occurred on October 11, 2018, leading to the destruction of its ceiling.
But the prophecy about the UPSA would fail, Vice-Chancellor of UPSA, Professor Abednego Feehi Okoe Amartey, said in a statement released Thursday.
“UPSA has tried and tested men and women of God solidly behind it who cry to God consistently on its behalf. The greatest ALTAR is in heaven and the God of heaven watches over us. You are all safe on our campus. Go about your normal duties with joy and confidence in God,” he wrote.
Read the full statement below:
NOTICE TO ALL STUDENTS: VICE-CHANCELLOR URGES CALM ON CAMPUS
My attention has just been drawn to an alleged prophecy claiming doom and death for UPSA students and other stakeholders in our Auditorium on the 9th of April, 2020.
This, I am told is causing fear and panic among our cherished students. As the leader of the appointed authority and VICE-CHANCELLOR of this great university, I wish to assure all our cherished students and stakeholders that NOTHING WILL HAPPEN on the said date on our campus.
UPSA has tried and tested men and women of God solidly behind it who cry to God consistently on its behalf. The greatest ALTAR is in heaven and the God of heaven watches over us. You are all safe on our campus. Go about your normal duties with joy and confidence in God.
Let’s continue to offer thanks and prayers to our Heavenly Father for His abundant mercies and protection. We are safe in Him.
I wish you all a happy new year and the best of 2020. See you all on campus soon when the university reopens. Blessings.
From: Professor Abednego Feehi Okoe Amartey (Vice-Chancellor, UPSA)