Ghanaians are just not happy with Nana Addo - Prophet Badu Kobi

Ghanaians are just not happy with Nana Addo - Prophet Badu Kobi

- Prophet Badu Kobi says Ghanaians are unhappy with Nana Addo

- The pastor says his prophecy against the presidency is coming true

- The controversial pastor says most of the promises of NPP promises are not being fulfilled

Head pastor and founder of the Glorious Wave Church International, Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi says a prophecy he gave in 2016 about Ghanaians losing hope in Nana Addo is coming true.

The controversial pastor has revealed that the recent things happening in the country are enough proof that Ghanaians are just not happy under Nana Addo.

“I prophesied after the 2016 elections that I give this government only six months, after six months, Ghanaians will start complaining. If I am lying, look for yourself. I don’t hate him but I speak the truth,” he told host Kofi Adomah.

The pastor mentioned some 'failed projects' under the Nana Addo administration including the one district one factory policy and the Free SHS program.

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But despite these concerns by the pastor, former president Rawlings has another opinion. Jerry Rawlings has described Nana Addo as the best choice for Ghana.

“We are very fortunate also that somebody like Nana Akufo-Addo has emerged over here. People think I love that man to high heavens. No. But I respect him for certain principles and values. I will continue to pray and sincerely hope that he will devote possibly even 30 percent of his time, 70 percent for the development and project" J.J. Rawlings stated.

Nana Akufo-Addo won the December 2016 elections after a third attempt and assumed office in January 2017 as Ghana’s 5th president under the Fourth Republic.

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