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Postby Kyky » Sun Oct 30, 2011 11:00 am

Prophet predicts two prez aspirants will die before election 2012

A prophet with the Christ Adventist Church, Apostle Addo Agyekum has predicted that two presidential aspirants will die before the 2012 elections.
According to him, the prophecy was revealed to him by God as a warning to Ghanaians to change from their evil ways so the prophecy can be reversed.
Apostle Addo Agyekum, who was speaking on Nyame Abode Ye Hu programme on Adom FM Thursday, disclosed that one of the candidates will die in an accident while the other will die from a chronic ailment.
He stated that the death of the two presidential candidates will force the Electoral Commission to postpone the general elections which will cause tension, may result in armed conflict and the death of several people.
Apostle Agyekum said Wednesday’s devastating flood was an initial warning and reminder from God that Ghana has sinned against him and needs to return to him and ask for forgiveness.
He warned of more disasters if Ghanaians do not amend their ways. “We will experience another devastating flood in January and that will be the beginning of more serious floods to come in the rainy season of 2012,” he said.
He was quick to add that God has offered Ghana time to amend its ways and declare a stand on homosexuality and other social vices that are detestable to Him.
Apostle Addo Agyekum, who is also the Chief Executive Officer of Tete Atempong Herbal and Prayer Centre said he plans to meet the President to inform him of the prophecy.
“I will do it when the time comes and I don’t care if the security officers will beat me, I will present it to the President at God’s own appointed time,” he said.
The revelation is just one of the many predictions by men of God concerning the upcoming general elections.
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Postby Kyky » Sun Oct 30, 2011 11:01 am

All-Die-Be-Die" speech will destroy Nana Addo in 2012 - Kweku Bonsam


Just a few days after a prediction of doom by a Kumasi-based man of God on the presidential ambitions of the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP) flagbearer Nana Akufo-Addo in the run-up to the 2012 election, another spiritualist has repeated the verdict.

This time it was the nation’s renowned seer and diviner, Kweku Bonsam.

The prominent fetish priest has stated that the flagbearer of the opposition (NPP) has already lost the elections of 2012 as a result of his incendiary tribal All Die-be-Die and Yenakanfo speech.
The prominent soothsayer said this in an interview with Radio Focus in London Wednesday morning.
The morning programme was hosted by Mugabe Maase.

According to him, the combustible speech has completely “destroyed the NPP’s flagbearer, adding he will suffer another painful defeat next year from the hands of the sitting President, Prof Mills who everybody knows is a man of peace”.

In a follow-up interview, Kweku Bonsam told the Al-Hajj that “Professor Mills the Asomdwehene will win the elections landslide because his message to Ghanaians is one of peace and harmony”.

He said the only thing that can save the beleaguered NPP flagbearer in the 2012 elections is if he withdraws that tribal and flammable speech and apologizes to the good people of Ghana.

“If he can make any amends in the elections, it is only if he withdraws and apologizes to Ghanaians,” he told the Al-Hajj.

“I’m not a politician, I don’t belong to any party in Ghana, I only tell you what my gods tell me and that is Prof Mills will win the next election because he is a man of peace,” he told the Al-Hajj from his base in Amsterdam, where he is holidaying.

This prediction comes in the wake of another one recently made by a Kumasi-based spiritualist.

Sheikh Mallam Musah has prophesized that the current leader of the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP), Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has not been spiritually chosen to lead this nation after the 2012 election.

He said had the NPP selected somebody like Mr. Alan Kyeremanteng or millionaire Kennedy Agyapong, the party would have been able to defeat the NDC in the 2012 elections saying those two individuals would have had the spiritual backing of God to lead this nation.

He said, unlike all former presidents of this country, including current president, His Excellency Atta Mills who carries the mantle of leadership spiritually from God, Nana has unfortunately not been spiritually chosen by God Almighty to rule at least in the coming election of 2012.

The spiritualist added that since the NPP flagbearer cannot get the chance to lead his party again after 2012 then obviously he can never be the President of Ghana.
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Postby Dr Vyrus » Sun Oct 30, 2011 12:01 pm

As much as this is politics related I believe Q and his asofo and akomfo in the religion forum will do more justice to it or?
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Postby paabo » Sun Oct 30, 2011 12:55 pm

Dr Vyrus wrote:As much as this is politics related I believe Q and his asofo and akomfo in the religion forum will do more justice to it or?

KPOM! Redirect :lol:
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Postby k.sankofa » Sun Oct 30, 2011 2:49 pm

why not both? the exchange in the osofo joint may get a little too complex for some of us.

you could have easily created a copy for them rather than giving them our copy :lol:

but on a more seriously note, what kind of society are we building? what's up with giving so much audience/attention to these asofos and their prophecies in the year 2011? are we that susceptible to con?
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Postby Guest » Sun Oct 30, 2011 3:23 pm

k.sankofa wrote:why not both? the exchange in the osofo joint may get a little too complex for some of us.

you could have easily created a copy for them rather than giving them our copy :lol:

but on a more seriously note, what kind of society are we building? what's up with giving so much audience/attention to these asofos and their prophecies in the year 2011? are we that susceptible to con?


Ghana is a backward country! It hits me so hard to know most our people border on savagery. :( :( :( :( :(
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Postby k.sankofa » Sun Oct 30, 2011 4:01 pm

Anonymous wrote:
k.sankofa wrote:why not both? the exchange in the osofo joint may get a little too complex for some of us.

you could have easily created a copy for them rather than giving them our copy :lol:

but on a more seriously note, what kind of society are we building? what's up with giving so much audience/attention to these asofos and their prophecies in the year 2011? are we that susceptible to con?


Ghana is a backward country! It hits me so hard to know most our people border on savagery. :( :( :( :( :(


:shock: :roll: :?
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Postby Dr Vyrus » Sun Oct 30, 2011 6:53 pm

k.sankofa wrote:why not both? the exchange in the osofo joint may get a little too complex for some of us. you could have easily created a copy for them rather than giving them our copy :lol:

but on a more seriously note, what kind of society are we building? what's up with giving so much audience/attention to these asofos and their prophecies in the year 2011? are we that susceptible to con?
agreed the things they say there makes my head spin sometimes. but I thought they were the subject matter expects :)
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Postby Fuseini Etwebiri » Mon Oct 31, 2011 4:17 am

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