- Airl Marshall, founder of Soldiers of Christ Prayers of All Churches has given a late prophecy on Ghana's elections
- According to the preacher who resides in the Ashanti Region, Nana Addo will win the election
- He explained that God revealed this to him and it might be difficult for Ghana to have a different party as president in the future
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Apostle Dirl King Airl Marshall, who is the founder/leader of the Soldiers of Christ Prayers of All Churches sited at Kronumaboahia, a suburb of Kumasi in the Ashanti Region has boldly come out with a shocking prophetic message.
According to the respected religious leader, former President John Dramani and his teaming NDC followers would weep bitterly over their imminent electoral defeat.
Speaking to the YEN.com.gh's correspondent King Amoah in Kumasi, Ashanti Region, in an exclusive interview this morning, the Man of God underscored that God has in several occasions revealed to him through prophecies.
The prophet explained that in each case, he was shown that the NPP will massively win the day's general elections and that the shocking occurrence will likely collapse the NDC to be divided, from not winning any credible elections in the future.
In an answer to a question, the man of God indicated that his prophecy will surely come to pass because it was from God, since if God says yes nobody can say no.
"God has directed me to tell the whole world about what will happen to the flagbearer of the NDC John Dramani Mahama and his faithfuls", the Apostle quipped.
He added that the notion within the rank and file of the New Patriotic Party that the Ashanti Region is their stronghold and that it will contribute to their electoral victory must be treated with contempt.
Airl Marshall explained that according to his divine revelation, God has already arranged and approved the winner of today's elections, without taking into accounts issues that boarder on strongholds.
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