Pastor Kwabena Owusu Adjei, founder and leader of the Hezekiah Prayer Ministry International, has said, the political ‘’honeymoon’’ between former President Jerry John Rawlings and President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, will soon come to an end.
Speaking to Kwame Tutu on Rainbow Radio 87.5FM, the man of God prophesized that, the former president, will go back home to his political party and prepare them for victory 2020.
He was reacting to the name change of Flagstaff House to Jubilee House. He had prophesied some few years ago that, Mr. Mahama was going to lose the 2016 polls if he fails to rename the seat of government to Jubilee House.
According to him, Ghana was marked for economic stability and emancipation and business owners were going to be raised by God on our 60th birthday due to the naming of the Jubilee House under former President Kufour.
However, the name change under the late Mills saw the country suffer serious economic crisis.
He went to state today [Thursday] on the show that, the renaming which coincided with the birthday of President Akufo-Addo, will lead the country on the path of progress and by attaining age 70, Ghana will see enormous economic transformation.
Meanwhile, he has noted that, the race will be between Mr. Mahama and Nana Addo who represents the Nkrumah and Danquah traditions respectively. God he added will use one of these two personalities for that agenda.
But was quick to clarify that, the Nkrumah representatives would have to put in place some structures that will propel them to victory. He also warned the ruling NPP to release Koku Anyidoho, because his arrest is one of the signs that will make them lose the 2020 general elections.
He said, just like 2017 favoured Nana Addo, 2021 will favour the Nkrumah group. He used the struggle the Danquah Busia tradition went through to ascend the seat of government and the struggle Nkrumah went through to become the president.
He stressed, the year 2021 is the year for the Nkrumah’s tradition and Mr. Rawlings will end his ‘’honeymoon’’ with Nana Addo and help his party win political power.
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