- Nigel Gaisie, a popular Ghanaian prophet, has revealed the time frame within which Ghana would have a female vice-president
- The prophet made the revelation as part of his new year prophecies when he indicated that a female vice-president will emerge between 2020 and 2024
- Interestingly, Nigel made a list of other prophecies that have now happened
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A video of Ghanaian self-proclaimed prophet, Nigel Gaisie, detailing when Ghana will have a female vice president has popped up after Professor Naana Jane Opoku-Agyemang's appointment as a running mate of the NDC.
In the video making waves on social media, Nigel gave a list of prophecies concerning the new year 2020 in which he mentioned that many of the things he was going to say would not make sense at the time, but later.
Nigel proceeded to indicate that Ghana would have a female vice president between the years 2020 and 2024.
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As part of his new year prophecies, the prophet also mentioned that Ghana was going to experience unprecedented economic hardships between January 2020 and August 2020.
He indicated that this was going to happen throughout the world and Ghana would not be exempted, which has clearly happened due to the advent of COVID-19.
This seems to give substance to Nigel's words that Ghana would have a female president within the time frame he gave.
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On 6 July, Professor Naana Jane Opoku-Agyemang was appointed as the running mate of former president, John Mahama, which makes it feasible for Ghana to have a female vice president within the time frame Gaisie indicated.
In another report, Ophelia Afia Asante, a young lady from Assin-Fosu, has revealed that Bishop Bernard Nyarko came to her in a dream to give her a message to deliver to the world.
The young Ghanaian lady made the shocking revelations in an interview with ZionFelix that was sighted by YEN.com.gh.
According to Ophelia, her dreams usually contain events that happen in real life and the manner in which she saw Bernard Nyarko deliver the message to her is proof that it is urgent, real, and needful.
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