Expect another deadly virus from China this year - Badu Kobi prophesies

Expect another deadly virus from China this year - Badu Kobi prophesies

- Rev. Emmanuel Badu Kobi has prophesied that the world will be hit harder in 2021 than it was in 2020

- During his crossover service at the Glorious Wave Church, Badu Kobi stated that this will be because of another virus deadlier than COVID-19

- He says people will even hide under their beds when they are in their rooms

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Rev. Emmanuel Badu Kobi, the founder and General Overseer of Glorious Wave Church International has, as usual, given some prophecies for the new year.

At his 31st December crossover service, the popular man of God in Ghana mentioned to the shock of many that another deadly virus will hit the world.

According to him, just like the COVID-19 pandemic, the new virus will emerge from China and capture the entire world more intensely than the novel coronavirus.

Bukom Banku's programme will not be aired again this new year - GHOne TV management
Expect another deadly virus from China this year - Badu Kobi prophesies

Expect another deadly virus from China this year - Badu Kobi prophesies Source: Ghanaweb, Al Jazeera
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In his own words,

“Another virus will appear after coronavirus has left. It will be more deadly and kill a great number of people. It will be dangerous to the extent that even if you are in your room, you will hide under the bed. There will be no cure or vaccine for that particular virus."

Although Ghana has not been hit too hard by the novel coronavirus, currently, Ghana's active COVID-19 cases are at 842 with over 53k full recoveries.

In another interesting report, a beautiful young Fante girl in Tamale named Juliana Asante who had been missing since December 25 as all attempts to trace her proved futile, has finally been found.

Information obtained directly by YEN.com.gh from a reliable source close to Juliana's family indicates that she has reunited with her family after the rigorous search for her.

17-year-old girl gone missing in Tamale since December 25 finally found

The 17-year-old who reportedly speaks English Language and Fante had left home at about seven o'clock in the evening on Christmas Day.

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