Bad news for Ghana as prophet says ‘blood-thirsty demons’want to cause violence

Bad news for Ghana as prophet says ‘blood-thirsty demons’want to cause violence

The election season has revealed many prophets of predictive powers to Ghanaians; and whereas most of these prophets are mostly declaring winners and losers, the latest to join the scene has a different and scarier message.

Eliyahu Boateng, a UK-based Ghanaian prophet, has warned of a demonic orchestration in Ghana.

He sternly warned that "blood-thirsty demons" are planning to plunge the country in complete chaos and violence.

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Bad news for Ghana as prophet says ‘blood-thirsty demons’want to cause violence

Bad news for Ghana as prophet says ‘blood-thirsty demons’want to cause violence

Not only is this prophetic claim very disturbing but it comes out just few days to the December 7th elections which, according to Prophet Boateng, is what these demons plan to use as catalyst for violence, is just days away.

Prophet Boateng who is the General Overseer of Truth Way Chapel, told journalists at a news conference Thursday that Ghanaians would have to pray and fast to avert such evil intentions.

"There are enemies at the borders of Ghana; demons have surrounded our borders," he said, noting, “they’re thirsty for blood”. He also underscored the need for the country to pray for God’s intervention.

He said per the revelation he had from God, these demonic agents would use one person whose use of “one word” would trigger violence that would cause blood to be shed for the demons.

Bad news for Ghana as prophet says ‘blood-thirsty demons’want to cause violence

Bad news for Ghana as prophet says ‘blood-thirsty demons’want to cause violence

According to Prophet Boateng, although God has also revealed to him who would win the presidency, God did not direct him to reveal it to the public but to meet with that candidate. He said God has asked him to “visit that person, which I will obey” but did not give details.

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