- The woman from Western Region named Amodzie who is estimated to be 198 years old says Captain Smart is the next Kwame Nkrumah
- According to her, this was revealed to her in a dream she had the day before coming on the show with the popular journalist on Onua TV
- Captain Smart, during the Fix The Country demonstration pourwd libation to Kwame Nkrumah, asking for his spirit to come back
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Amodzie, an aged woman from the Western Region of Ghana who has been estimated to be 198 years old has made a breathtaking statement about famous Ghanaian journalist, Captain Smart.
During an interview on Onua TV, Amodzie indicated that the journalist has a bright future if he continues to play his cards very well.
"I dreamt about you the night before coming on the show. I saw that you turned into Kwame Nkrumah. What I'm saying is a very serious issue," Amodzie stated.
Encounter with Nkrumah's mother
Amodzie who currently lives at Subri in the Wassa East district of the Western Region said she had personally encountered the mother of Ghana's first president even before Kwame Nkrumah was born.
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The aged woman mentioned that during her youthful age, she was a native doctor and she was the one that gave Dr. Kwame Nkrumah’s mother called Elizabeth Nyaniba traditional medications at the time when Dr. Kwame Nkrumah was in his mother’s womb.
She said she was even two years married before she met Dr. Kwame Nkrumah’s mother, who took care of her till she got to her five months of pregnancy.
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As previously reported, Amodzie, recounted a breathtaking life experience, which she believes gave her longevity.
The aged woman made the revelation in an interview with the famous journalist, Captain Smart, on Onua TV when she was asked about the secret to her long life.
According to Amodzie, what she vividly remembers as the reason for her unusual age is that an aged farmer was carrying cassava to his house and she offered to help him.
"He was extremely old to the extent that his family members stopped him from going to the farm any longer. However, on that particular day, he disobeyed them. I saw him with cassava tubers that he wanted to carry home," Amodzie started.