- Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi has given his final prophecy on the 2020 elections which will be held on December 7
- Badu Kobi has predicted that the NDC's John Mahama will defeat the incumbent president, Nana Akufo Addo of the NPP, in the first round
- According to Badu Kobi Mahama is going to win by 52.3 per cent of the votes cast and nothing can change that
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Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi, the founder and leader of Glorious Wave Church International, has reiterated his prophecy thatJohn Mahama is going to defeat President Nana Akufo-Addo in the 2020 elections.
In his latest prophecy, Badu Kobi has boldly stated that Mahama and his National Democratic Congress will nick a first-round victory in the upcoming elections.
According to the popular prophet, Mahama will get not less than 52.3% in the general elections which be held on December 7, 2020.
Badu Kobi made the bold statement as part of 10 prophecies he delivered in his church on Sunday, November 29, 2020.
"...The votes for 2020 elections in Ghana are for John Mahama. It is 52.3 per cent or more for John Mahama and I am saying it well for the bloggers to hear it."
In his other prophecies, Badu Kobi revealed that the coming week is going to be a bad one for the ruling NPP as everything will turn against them spiritually and physically.
He also disclosed that the NPP will be hit with tragedies which will be heavier than the NDC's loss in November.
Badu Kobi's latest prophecy which comes barely one week before the 2020 presidential elections is consistent with his earlier predictions.
Since Akufo-Addo defeated Mahama in the 2016 elections and was sworn into power in 2017, Badu Kobi has been one of his staunch critics.
In 2018, he virtually called the president a 'foolish man' when reports emerged that the government was planning to impose taxes on churches in the country.
It is worthy to note, Badu Kobi had predicted the 2016 presidential elections in favour of Mahama. But unlike this one, there were no specific figures involved.
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