- Ghanaian minister, Bishop Stephen Akwasi Appiah, ahead of the new year 2020, gave a list of prophecies
- In it, he mentioned that 2020 will be a year of the shedding of blood and he particularly saw Ghanaians in all-black outfits mourning between October and December 2020
- Many have been pointing to this prophecy after the death of former president Ft Lt Jerry John Rawlings on November 12, 2020
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A video is fast going viral on social media showing well-known Ghanaian minister, Bishop Stephen Akwasi Appiah, giving a prophecy suggesting the death of a prominent individual in Ghana.
In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official Facebook handle of Hi-Gh TV, the prophetic bishop did not actually mention the name of the individual who was to pass on.
However, the minister who is also known as Jesus Ahouf3 stated categorically that the incident was going to happen in October, November or December.
Watch the video below:
It is indicated that the video was taken when the bishop was issuing words of prophecies before the beginning of the new year 2020.
In his own words,
"This year is a year of the shedding of blood. Pray for Ghana. If God does not intervene, in October, November, December, all Ghanaians will be seen wearing black."
Then Bishop Stephen Akwasi Appiah further added,
"All flags were also flying at half-mast"
After the sudden demise of former president Ft Lt Jerry John Rawlings on Thursday, November 13, 2020, many have been pointing to the prophecy of Jesus Ahouf3 as being authentic.
Meanwhile, as YEN.com.gh recently reported, President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo formerly announced the death of former president Jerry John Rawlings.
In a statement sighted of Facebook, he directed that all national flags for the next seven days must fly at half-mast in all parts of the country.
Akufo-Addo also announced that the government would be working closely with the family of the former president on a befitting state burial.
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