- Prophet Nigel says the NDC should delay in naming its running mate for the 2020 election
- He sent this warning to former president John Mahama
- Nigel said some wicked people were laying an ambush to attack the running mate in spirit if he or she is named
- He said this could bring death in the NDC
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Prophet Nigel Gaisie has sent a warning to the NDC, specifically, its flagbearer John Mahama against the naming of his running mate for the 2020 elections.
He said there were some wicked people awaiting to kill the running mate if he or she is named anytime soon.
Prophet Nigel suggested that it was best for the NDC to delay till about three months before naming the running mate.
This is contained in a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Ghanacelebrities.com.
The prophet added that God had opened his eyes to see that if the NDC heeds to his warning, the life of the running mate would be spared.
“I’m talking as a prophet of God and I’m a man of few words. If they will listen, they should delay the naming of the running mate.’ If the NDC is listening they should not put pressure on the Ex-President to announce his running mate. The former President should go to God and pray more for the running mate. There are lots of dragons waiting.”
“Nobody will then die when the person accepts the slot as a running mate. I’m speaking as a prophet of God,” Nigel added.
Meanwhile, the prophet was in the news some time ago when he claimed that Akufo-Addo would have the shock of his life after the 2020 elections.
He said Mahama would win the elections hands down sending shock waves to everyone in the NPP.
In other news, Ghana has recorded two more cases of coronavirus bringing the total number to 9 as of March 19, 2020.
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