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The founder and leader of Glorious Wave International, Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi has revealed in a recent interview that he saw the humiliating fall of the embattled former GFA president Mr. Kwesi Nyantakyi months before it happened.
Mr. Kwesi Nyantakyi was the Ghana Football Association president from 2015 until he resigned a couple of days ago amidst controversies.
Kwesi Nyanatakyi was captured on video by ace investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas taking 65,000 US dollars bribe and also scheming to not only rob from the Football Associaton but also to bribe the president of Ghana and other personalities to secure contracts.
After Anas premiered the GFA corruption video, Kwesi Nyantakyi resigned and that was even after FIFA had given him 90 days ban from all football activities while they investigate his conduct in the recorded video.
Well, in a new twist, Prophet Badu Kob has revealed to Kofi TV that God showed him the impending doom of the FA president Kwesi Nyantakyi was facing months ago and he spoke about it but people thought he was just hating on the man so they didn’t listen.
He further revealed that Kwesi Nyantakyi’s time as president of the Ghana Football Association was up in 2015 but because he was power drunk, he clung to power leading to his disgraceful fall. He however that his fall was as a result of a grand conspiracy to pull him down.
“It was a grand conspiracy to bring him down. Nyantakyi’s time was over in 2015 but because he was power drunk, he continued to stay in office and some people conspired to disgrace him” Prophet Badu Kobi revealed.
“When I said Kwesi Nyantakyi had overstayed his welcome, people thought I hated him but now see,” he explained in the interview.
“I have asked the guys at Rainbow Radio to play those audios for people to know that I’m not lying” Prophet Badu Kobi added.
Prophet Badu Kobi of Glorious Wave International also used the opportunity to advise viewers to be content with what they have and not to be greedy in life.
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