As a majority of Ghanaians await former president Mahama to publicly name his Vice-president, a Ghanaian popular prophet known as Prophet Kwabena Owusu Adjei has predicted who the former president will be appointing as his vice and he describes that person as an economic “Messiah” whom God has sent to save Ghanaiansin a radio interview captured by Ghanapoliticsonline.com.
Though many prophets have equally predicted who will be partnering the National Democratic Congress (NDC) party’s flagbearer John Dramani Mahama, Prophet Kwabena Owusu Adjei seems to have gone beyond the normal predictions by adding scientific and spiritual information on why that particular candidate have to partner John Dramani Mahama.
On record, the prophet is also the only one who has boldly mentioned the full date of birth of that particular Veep as well as also describing the political journey of that candidate and where that candidate hails from.
The Prophet also used the opportunity to confirm and clarify Owusu Bempah’s prophecy about the death surrounding John Mahama’s yet to be appointed running mate by saying that, Owusu Bempah did not interpret that prophecy well.
His predictions have kept many wondering since it does not tally with all the names that have been making rounds for the past months.
Prophet Kwabena Owusu Adjei is said to have predicted the win of Prez Nana Addo-Dankwa Akufo-Addo as well as also giving Akufo-Addo several spiritual directions that have come to pass .
John Mahama in his last Facebook live address mentioned that he already knows who his running mate will be for the upcoming general elections, it is however, not the opportune time to name the person now when the party cannot outdoor him because of President Akufo-Addo’s ban on social gathering in a bid to contain the novel Coronavirus.
Answering a question on when he will name his running mate during his second live digital conversation with Ghanaians, he professed that, “in the midst of COVID-19, what is the use of naming a running mate you can’t even outdoor him. The president is encouraging all of us to stay at home, that’s not the most opportune time to come out and name your running mate and so we are on track.”
He opined that the party has enough time to do the announcement since the deadline for naming a running mate is when the Electoral Commission opens nominations in September.
Mr Mahama highlighted that “We have timelines that we are working on. We have to put up our national campaign team, we have to name and outdoor our running mate, we have to publish and inaugurate our manifesto. These are all timelines that the party is working on. Currently, we are doing the training of our party agents and so we are not late at all.”
Meanwhile, he hinted that his running mate is someone who is worthy and will make significant progress and prosperity of this country.