Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi predicts doom for country in near future

Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi predicts doom for country in near future

- Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi has revealed that politicians will sink Ghana because they do not take spiritual counsel

- According to him, Ghana can only grow if the spiritual and political leadership work hand-in-hand

- He also bemoaned how Ghanaians are quick to criticise men of God when they speak

Founder of the Glorious Wave Church International, Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi, has prophesied that Ghana could soon sink if politicians do not begin to listen to spiritual leadership.

The controversial pastor said the country is currently heading in the wrong direction and only spiritual leadership can save the situation.

Prophet Badu Kobi said this on Wednesday, September 18, 2019, when he appeared as a guest on Starr FM’s Starr Chat, hosted by Bola Ray.

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According to him, Ghana will go “down, down, down” if the leaders of the country does not listen to spiritual leadership.

Ghana is going down, down, down and it will go down, a whole lot accounts for this situation. The truth is that the political leadership don’t want to bow down and listen to spiritual leadership, and political leadership is not the end of any nation,” he said.

Every nation [Acts 17:27-30] was given birth by God so the political leadership must listen to spiritual leadership. They are not better than us, they are not higher than us, they must listen to spiritual leadership, period!"

Prophet Badu Kobi further stated that the political leadership and spiritual leadership of the country must work hand in hand.

Such a balance, he said, is very much needed if the country is to thrive in terms of governance and development.

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“They’ve made it like we shouldn’t talk and that the natural things are working but the natural things cannot make things work completely the balance must be there."

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