- Prophet Badu Kobi has said in a new video that Ghana would be led by a woman in 2024
- According to the prophet, the said woman would receive massive support from women in the country
- The popular man of God is noted to be a sympathizer of John Mahama and the NDC
The founder and leader of Glorious Wave Church International, Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi, has said in a new video that Ghana's next election would be won by a woman.
While speaking in a radio interview, the popular man of God said if everything goes according to the will of God, a woman would definitely be Ghana's president.
He however added that people were working out things in the spirit to ensure that the said woman does not rise to become the leader of the nation.
Prophet Badu Kobi revealed that the said female president was going to bring a lot of development and progress to Ghana.
According to the pastor, he received this revelation straight from God.
He added that the particular lady would receive massive support from the populace especially women in the country and this would push her straight into the Jubilee House.
When asked to go into details about the particular lady, the preacher said he was being pushed but did not want to give any more details.
Prophet Badu Kobi however said that the said lady is not a teacher or lecturer and that she was tall and well-built.
The popular man of God is noted to be a sympathizer of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) and its leader, John Dramani Mahama.
However with this new revelation, one would have to connect the dots and conclude that it is likely that the man of God has 'abandoned' ex-president John Mahama.
Speaking about pastors, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a Ghanaian pastor, Abbeam Ampomah Danso of God’s Solution Centre, has put smiles on the face of one of his church members by gifting her an amount of money.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on the Instagram page of celebritiesbuzz, the preacher was seen asking a lady to count the day's offertory.
After the money was counted, the woman revealed that the offertory amounted to GHC707.
The pastor then went on to inquire from the woman if he had met the woman before. To this, the lady revealed that it was the second time she was meeting the preacher and that the first time they met was at Atinka.
Following the short introduction and conversation, Pastor Abbeam Ampomah Danso asked the woman to keep all the money.
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