Prophet Kwabena Tawiah says Maame Serwaa will be Ghana’s first female president

Prophet Kwabena Tawiah says Maame Serwaa will be Ghana’s first female president

- Prophet Kwabena Tawiah has predicted that Kumawood actress Maame Serwaa will be Ghana’s first female president

- He said God told him that this will happen in the near future

- We cannot tell if Maame Serwaa has such ambition or not

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A prophet by the name Kwabena Tawiah has claimed that young Kumawood actress Maame Serwaa will become Ghana’s first female president.

He said if there ever should be a female president of Ghana, no other person that Maame Serwaa will be the first.

He was speaking in an interview in a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, and he sounded so sure and convinced of his prophecy.

Prophet Kwabena Tawiah says Maame Serwaa will be Ghana’s first female president

A collage of actress Maame Serwaa. Photo credit: @officialmaamerserwaa
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Prophet Tawiah went on to tell the host of the interview to mark the date of his prophecy and when it will come to pass.

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Meanwhile, Maame Serwaa has never spoken on having such an ambition, as she is focused on pursuing her acting career.

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Currently, in the second year at Knustford University, Maame Serwaa said some time ago that she aims at being featured in Hollywood, indicating that her love for her acting career is a long-term one.

However, circumstances can change at any time and it could be that she might have such an ambition.

Maame Serwaa was in the news for being featured in a BBC news item. In the interview, she spoke about her plans for the future and how her career all came about.

In other news, Kumawood actress Emelia Brobbey has revealed that she was formerly an Agricultural Science teacher at the JSS level before veering into acting.

As a trained teacher, Brobbey said she had to take a decision at a point in life on what career she would want to pursue, choosing acting.

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In an earlier report by YEN.com.gh, Brobbey narrated in the video published about how she switched to acting and the circumstances that led her into that.

She also opened up on the challenges she had with her family and superiors at the early stage of acting.

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