Priest links Mahama's destiny to Nigeria's Goodluck Jonathan

Priest links Mahama's destiny to Nigeria's Goodluck Jonathan

If the prediction by an Islamic cleric, Sheikh Ustaz Sham-Una Jibril, is anything to go by, President John Dramani Mahama may lose the December elections by 44.96% just as Nigeria's former president, Goodluck Jonathan did.

According to the Islamic cleric, the political destiny of John Dramani Mahama is tightly linked to that of Nigeria's former president, Goodluck Jonathan.

In a statement copied peacefmonline, the cleric reveals "President Mahama has a lot of serious political similarities with Goodluck Jonathan of Nigeria in terms of their respective parties, NDC and the PDP".

Priest links Mahama's destiny to Nigeria's Goodluck Jonathan

Mahama and Jonathan wore army uniforms on the same day

Also, the cleric cleverly links how "Goodluck Jonathan was not endorsed by his master Obasanjo during the time he was launching his campaign as he was seeking a second term in office in 2015". The same thing can be said of to how "President Mahama was not also endorsed by Jerry John Rawlings during his campaign launch in Cape coast".

The cleric further links how Nigeria's Goodluck Jonathan, on Thursday 26th February, 2015, visited the Mubi-Baga troops in Borno State barely three months to elections and wore a military uniform to the event of Thursday 11th August, 2016 when President Mahama also visited Accra Burma Camp barely three (3) months to elections to commission a Navy headquarters complex wearing military uniform.

Goodluck Jonathan  and John Mahama were also born in the same month of November.

The shocking revelation concludes that "the actual spiritual figure that GoodLuck Jonathan of PDP should have scored is 37.84%, but due to election malpractice by both the ruling party and the EC, the figures shot up to 44.96% instead of 37.84%. Hence John Mahama and the NDC will also experience the same 44.96% instead of 37.84 in the 7 December elections".

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