KNUST: Man In 2018 Predicted That Yvonne Osei Adobea Will Be SRC President In 2023, Old Tweet Goes Viral

KNUST: Man In 2018 Predicted That Yvonne Osei Adobea Will Be SRC President In 2023, Old Tweet Goes Viral

  • A social media user has gone viral after an old tweet of his prediction about the 2023 KNUST SRC went viral
  • The young man in the tweet predicted that a lady will become the SRC president of KNUST in 2023
  • Netizens who reacted to a prediction that was made five years ago are stunned with others urging him to make more predictions for the future

A young Ghanaian man has become an internet sensation after his prediction about the recent Student Representative Council (SRC) elections of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) came to pass.

In a tweet dated September 5, 2018, Aaron R.E was emphatic that in 2023, KNUST would have a female as its SRC president.

Photo of Yvonne Osei Adobea
Man trends after he predicted Yvonne Osei Adobea's victory Photo credit: @Iam_aJournalist @Aaron_Gametym/Twitter
Source: Twitter

Although he didn't mention the name, he urged netizens to remember his tweet when his prediction is fulfilled.

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"If things go this way, 5 years from today, KNUST will see their first female SRC President. Save this tweet." the tweet read.

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His tweet five years ago went viral after Yvonne Osei Adobea, on Wednesday, July 26, emerged as the KNUST SRC president elect.

Yvonne Adobea made my prediction relevant

Speaking to, the author of the viral tweet, Aaron Eshun revealed that his prediction about the future of the KNUST SRC presidency was based on the analysis he made at the time.

He explained the conversion of Unity Hall and University Hall into mixed halls played a major role as it meant that the notion that the SRC president must be a man from one of the two male halls no longer remained valid.

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"The moment the mixed hall thing was implemented, I knew that was going to change the social orientation of KNUST. The bragging rights mattered to them, it came off as a competition, 'hɛn aban na ɛwo so', they had many reasons to make sure one of their gets to the top.

He revealed that the conversion of the male halls into mixed halls also meant that the perception that a woman cannot be SRC president became irrelevant.

Back then when it was male-dominated, there was this sense of loyalty even when you move out of the halL

He expressed delight that Yvonne Osei Adobea made his prediction relevant after 5 years.

I actually reached out because yeah, she has made my analysis very relevant, it had to take her to make it relevant and I am grateful for that, I was supposed to talk to her but yet to, hopefully I should do that this weekend, I am sure she is busy and overwhelmed with all the messages.

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Ghanaians react to the prediction by the young man

Netizens who saw the tweet were left in awe, many wondering how he could accurately predict the future.

Others are now urging him to predict other like sporting competitions.

@Oswald_UTD stated:

Do you have anything to say about my future.. cos

@BenjaminAheto stated:

It has happened

@baffour233 stated:

Baba abeg, who go win next seasons ucl? Make i carry my rent put for top asap

@jamesquamejnr reacted:

And it manifested

@NiiRigo7 asked:

No be juju be that eiii

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Earlier, reported that a young man vying for the president of the Political Science Students' Association (POSSA) of the University of Ghana has promised a chance to study abroad if he wins.

Together with his running mate, Jerome Ego K. Tsagbo, the duo has listed five major things they would do if they win the elections.

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