- Prominent Ghanaian media personality, Kwaku Sintim-Misa aka KSM, has wadded into talks regarding prophesies about the 2020 election results
- The renowned TV show host described the recent prophesies as tramadol induced talks
- This followed prophesies by Nigel Gaisie, Owusu Bempah and other supposed prophets about the outcome of the 2020 election results
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Kwaku Sintim-Misa, a prominent Ghanaian television personality and host of the KSM show has joined in the conversations about the 2020 election results prophesies from supposed Ghanaian prophets of God.
Successfully branded as KSM, he said ''all those PROPHETS PROPHESYING 2020 Election Results [are] UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF TRAMADOL With BRAIN DEAD worshippers.''
The renowned media titan and popular satirist did not mince words in a recent tweet when he went hard on them while stating that their prophesies about the possible outcome of the 2020 elections are tramadol induced.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Prophet Nigel Gaisie released a list of possible events in the year 2020 which included a possible return of former president John Dramani Mahama with a 52.1% win in the 2020 general elections.
Ghanaweb also reported that Rev. Owusu Bempah on the night of December 31, 2019, ''intimated that although the victory of the New Patriotic Party had been confirmed in the heavens, there was the need to work very hard.''
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Responding to these prophesies in a tweet, KSM described such prophets as people who are under the influence of the opioid substance, tramadol.
The members in the churches of these men of God were not spared in his baptism of fire, referring to them as ''brain dead''.
''It’s AMUSING to see all those PROPHETS PROPHESYING 2020 Election Results UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF TRAMADOL With BRAIN DEAD worshippers cheering them on. OH GH:: “How are the MIGHTY FALLEN,'' KSM mopped the floor with their prophesies.
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