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“A Former First Lady Will Die” – Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi

Prophet Emmanuel Badu kobi of the glorious wave church international, Tema, sakumono has prophesied that many prominent political players will die as a result of some atrocities committed by them concerning the last year 2016 general elections.

He made this statement on Friday 17th march 2017, in an interview with Onantefour Addae Munumkum the host of Ewiase Mu Nsem a socio-spiritual talk show on Ahotor 92.3 that unless it is averted, as soon as possible it will cause the lives of many Ghanaian politicians. He also revealed on the show that if care is not taken, we will lose one of the former first ladies of the land. We should also expect an unprecedented series of disasters, banks will be hacked, companies will be faced with crises that had never happened before, likewise individuals and households will be faced with calamities.

He urged Ghanaians to be very careful and put themselves into serious prayers as we are in perilous times and most of these tragedies that is ongoing is as a result of our ruthless politician in their quest for power in the last year 2016 general elections. He further explains that the persistent cause of deaths happenings in our recent times will not end if we do not ask for Gods intervention.

He referred to the Bible in 1st Samuel 2:9 for by strength shall no man prevail” therefore it’s very prudent that when a prophet prophesied we should make a follow up as most of his utterance came not from him but from God.


By: Martha Narh Odikro/ahotoronline.com

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