Two ‘prophecies’ clash over who wins Ghana’s elections

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Even though Christians believe in one God, two Ghanaian prophets have given two totally different prophecies on who will win this year’s elections.

Founder and General Overseer of Glorious Word and Power Ministry, Prophet Isaac Owusu Bempah, who many link with the ruling NPP, earlier this year prophesied on live national radio that the sitting president, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo will win the December 7 polls one touch.

He actually asked a radio presenter and write down the prophecy, then he went on and said “this prophecy is coming from God himself – God said Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo will win the election one touch.”

Prophet Owusu Bempah then put his reputation on the line, saying that Ghanaians can do whatever they wish to him if the prophecy fails.

Indeed, he repeated the same prophecy on Good Evening Ghana way back in August, 2020, saying that victory for President Akufo-Addo is already settled in the spiritual realm.

He also repeated that prophecy later, saying he still stands by his August 2020 prophecy of victory for President Akufo-Addo.

Badu Kobi counter prophecy

But just recently, another prophet, who is also linked with the largest opposition, NDC, Prophet Badu Kobi, Founder and General Overseer of Glorious Wave Church International, said John Dramani Mahama of the NDC will win the December poll.

He was very detailed in his prophecy, saying “the current opposition will become the government in 2021 – the opposition leader now will be the next president and there is nothing anyone can do about it.”

Prophet Kobi continued and said “way back in the first week of September this years the scepter of leadership was given to John Mahama and the door was closed – I looked at December 7 and he was still holding the scepter – I looked into the future and he was still holding the scepter.”

“The NDC will also have a lot more MPs in Parliament than the NPP,” he added.

The prophet also said some blood was being pushed from somewhere towards Mahama but it failed, adding that after the elections there will be a lot of trouble in Kumasi because some “big men” in the Ashanti regional capital will be attached.

Prophet Badu Kobi also said Ghana will start seeing prosperity from 2022 and a woman will be president in 2024, adding that there will be a few gunshot incidents and bloodshed during the elections but peace will eventually prevail and the winner will emerging.

Observers have said that obvious, one of those prophets did not hear from God, because God could not have said that two different people will win one election.

Meanwhile, both prophets had earlier made pronouncements about the winner of the US elections. Badu said he still stands by his prophecy that President Donald Trump will finally emerge winner of the US elections, in spite of the call made for Joe Biden.

But Prophet Isaac Owusu Bempah has denied every saying that Donald Trump will win, but rather that Trump will lose if he does not take heed to the directions of the the servants of God around him.

The US elections have come and gone, but December 7 is less than a month away. It would be clear which of the prophets really heard from God.

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