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“Ghanaian Leaders Are Unconcerned About Spiritual Issues” – Prophet Badu Kobi

Following the issue of the recent deaths of young people which is now all over the news in Ghana. Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi was interviewed by Ahotor FM’s OnantefourAddaeMumumkum on “Awiase Mu Nsem”. It was in this interview that the man of God who is known for his prophesies made mention of the fact that political leaders in Ghana are not concerned about spiritual matters.

According to the overseer of Glorious Waves Church International, Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi, these on-going deaths are not just an issue of mere mortal eyes but rather they are spiritual issues which should in fact be dealt with as such. The prophet however believes that we, as Ghanaians, and our political leaders are not doing what is expected of us, to solve this issue of death. For him, politicians in Ghana feel that they are so learned and so can solve every situation with some sciences or some economics which they have learnt in school, overlooking the fact that some issues are spiritual.

Explaining why he said this, the man of God emphasized the fact that Ghanaians usually take spiritual matters (especially prophesies from Christian leaders) for granted. He believes that people are usually scared of prophesies from traditionalists rather than those from Christians. The prophet said that before every year begins, he is usually made to foresee some of the things that would happen in the coming year, which he always makes known to the public. Before the beginning of the year 2017, he did same but as usual, Ghanaian leaders and their people took these prophesies for granted. He posited that this is the reason why there is an increment in the death of young people, day in and day out, in Ghana.

In addition to this, Prophet Kobi stated that there are many other bad things that he saw, in the spiritual realm, that are supposed to happen this year and that this is just the beginning of our calamities as a country; unless we decide to take men of God, such as him, seriously and do as they say. He further urged all Ghanaians to keep on praying since that is the only way to stop these calamities from happening.

BY: Belinda Bimpomaah Bekoe/


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