Cut off my head if Ghana president, Akufo-Addo is re-elected-Spiritualist tells Ghanians
London, Dec. 4, 2020 (AltAfrica)-A spiritualist based in the Bono East Region, of Ghana, Nana Mosi has put his life on the line declaring an impressive and massive victory forfor opposition candidate and former Ghanaian President John Dramani Mahama in the Dec. 7 presidential election.
Speaking in an exclusive with Rainbow Radio, the spiritualist said he should be beheaded just like John the Baptist in the bible and be exhibited for the entire nation to see.
Nana Mosi stated without mincing words that all the prophecies that pointed to a victory for incumbent president Akufo-Addo are false and should be ignored.
Describing himself as a powerful spiritualist, Nana Mosi said he knows what God revealed to him, and if Ghanaians are doubting him, he wants to be beheaded if his prophecy does not come to pass.
When he was referred to another prophecy by Prophet Owusu Bempah saying, the former president will lose, the spiritualist said: “Owusu Bempah predicts, he expresses opinions. He does not prophesise he only predicts. I am a powerful spiritualist whose power can be, compared, to the prophets in the holy books.
“Listen to me carefully, I am a powerful person, and I don’t peddle lies like the other prophets who fumble with their prophecies. I am stating categorically, that, If my prophecy does not come to pass, behead me,” he added.
Meanwhile, a new survey conducted by Global Info Analytics has predicted a 50.4% victory for the New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the upcoming polls.
They also projected that the largest opposition, National Democratic Congress will garner 34.9% votes in the general elections.
The Executive Director of Global Info Analytics, Mussa Dankwah in an interview with Citi News Thursday, December 3, 2020, furthered that possibility that there would be a run-off in the polls was high.
She highlighted that “50.4% of voters said they were going to vote for Nana Akufo-Addo and 34.9% said they were going to vote for John Mahama and 2% were thinking of voting for GUM.”
Mussa Dankwah noted that the survey was conducted across 84 constituencies in the country.
It pointed out that electorates will consider these major things; education, jobs and the economy before casting their ballot for a political party on December 7, 2020.
This follows a survey conducted by the Political Science Department of the University of Ghana, which also has the NPP topping the list with 51.7 percent.
The NDC’s votes were pegged at 40.4%.