President Akufo-Addo Will Be Assassinated – Prophet Explains How It Will Happen

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Government will have to declare a national day of prayer in order to avert any possible assassination attempt against the president, Nana Addo Danquah Akufo-Addo.

This is according to Prophet Reynolds Oduro Gyebi – a well-known man of God who distinctly predicted the Kintampo Falls disaster in 2016.

Prophet Reynolds Oduro Gyebi is claiming that the life of the president is currently under severe attack and that only prayers and supplication could save him from the wiles of evil doers.

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In an interview with Onua FM in Accra, the self-acclaimed man of God claimed that “the worst calamity is yet to face the country. “Peace council must organize a national day of prayer involving Muslims and Christians to prevent all these…they should declare a day of mourning and day of prayer, or Ghana would continue writing tributes…,” the prophet warned.

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The wild prophesies by self-acclaimed men of God as this very prophet always raise the question of how valid such prophesies tend to be especially when they have the security of the president of the republic at hand.

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