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Election 2020: Rest or die – Prophet Badu Kobi to Akufo-Addo

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Wed, 1 Jan 2020 Source: www.ghanaweb.com

The founder and leader of the Glorious Wave Church, Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi has thrown a word of caution to President Akufo-Addo to lay down his tools and take it easy otherwise he will meet his demise.

He disclosed during his final prophetic all-night service for the decade, that the president stands a risk of dying due to ill-health.

Describing it as his 40th prophecy of the night, Prophet Badu Kobi further revealed that the incumbent NPP would win the 2020 elections.

But their happiness will be short-lived because of the death of Akufo-Addo.

“President Akufo-Addo, go and rest because of health. Otherwise in 2020, one day, the same way I prophesied about President Mills, Ghana will wake up and there will be nobody seated on the seat as President; the person will be no more.

It happened in NDC’s time; President Mills was not having strength but they were pushing him…” he noted.

President Akufo-Addo declared his intention to recontest for the 2020 Presidential elections on the ticket of the incumbent party.

The president made this known while addressing the party’s final rally in 2019 at the Accra International Trade Fair Centre.

Addressing the charged crowd, he said “In 2016, you gave us 4 years, we’re left with one more year and people think we’ve already spent eight years in power but they’re lying. We’ll vigorously continue all the good work we’ve begun. Now I’d like to plead with all of you that as the elections approach, give me four more years to complete the amazing work my government has started.”

The president’s announcement flies in the face of critics who had earlier opposed speculations of the president seeking to be re-elected.

Notable among the critics include Hassan Ayariga, Blakk Rasta and several others. In their opinion, the president who is now 75 years is too old to be re-elected as president.

Source: www.ghanaweb.com

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