Chaos and violence will hit Ghana— Popular Nigerian Prophet predicts
Chaos and violence will hit Ghana
Ghana’s 2020 elections is going to be rocked by chaos and violence if the country does not take necessary precautions, the leader of the Inri Evangelical spiritual church, Primate Elijah Ayodele has cautioned.
According to him, the December 7 elections will be one of the elections in the country’s history that is going to spark war among the two key political parties, National Democratic Congress (NDC) and the New Patriotic Party (NPP).
Prophesying at his Church in Nigeria, Prophet Ayodele stated that the election would also lead to court hearing as the defeated one would not accept the defeat.
“I foresee that there will be violence in Ghana election and court challenges after the election,” he said.
Primate Ayodele insisted that Ghana would have no peace if the citizenry did not pray for God to lead in the elections.
He indicated that President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo would retain his seat but the competition would be hard.
Giving clue on how the NDC could win, Prophet Ayodele said John Dramani Mahama had to beef up his campaign in the North and Volta.
“John Mahama needs to seriously work on Northern and Volta Region because these places will give him the vote, if he wants to win,” he added.
Prophet Ayodele observed that Mahama could be defeated if the elections was held today, stressing that the manner he was carrying his campaign was not appropriate and urged him to step up his campaign strategy.
“If John Mahama wants to win, he should work on the Northern region and Volta region.
He has not done what he is supposed to do, if the election happens today, without mincing words, Nana Akufo-Addo will defeat him.
The only thing John Mahama needs to do is to wake up, strategise, focus on the upper voter and northern region, that is where he will get the victory. If he doesn’t follow that trend, he will lose.
The way John Mahama is approaching the campaign is wrong. He needs to work hard to get his victory, ” he added.