The founder and leader of the Miracle Worship Centre, Prophet Ebenezer Adarkwa Yiadom, has disclosed that God has chosen the flag bearer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), John Mahama, to lead the country again.
Speaking when Mr Mahama had visited his church in Kumasi, the prophet who is popularly known as Opambour, explained that that was the second time God had revealed to him about Mahama’s victory this year.
“God has ordained him [Mahama] to return to leadership to save Ghana from its crisis and hardship. God has chosen him to come again to rescue us. I said this for the first time at Prophet One TV at Bantama. I am fearless so I am saying it. No spirit can stop Mr Mahama’s victory,” he asserted.
Opambour further urged the members of the NDC to work hard and explain the policies of the NDC to Ghanaians to ensure the party emerges victorious.
“Don’t go and take any money and food from anyone. Focus on your work so that God will bless this prophecy,” he admonished.
Mahama is on a tour in the Ashanti Region, the stronghold of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP), where he is interacting with Ghanaians.
Ghana goes to polls on December 7, 2024 in a keen contest between former president John Mahama and Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia who is leading the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP).
The polls comes at a time Ghana’s economy is being managed by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) following the inability of the country to pay its external debts.
The economic crisis and the heightening corruption will be the biggest decider of the elections in which Bawumia, the head of Ghana’s economic management team is seeking to succeed his boss, President Akufo-Addo who is accused of superintending over rot and mismanagemnt for the past 7 years.
Akufo-Addo’s flagship programme, the Free Senior High School (Free SHS) which was implemented in 2017 was the policy that gave him a goodwill until parents started paying more for their wards upkeep in school.
Ghana’s debt swelled over the roof when Akufo-Addo had promised in opposition to rely on local resources to make the country an export-driven economy.
The country’s inflation quickened to 54.1% in the world’s second-largest cocoa producer in December 2022 and soared throughout 2023 before calming in November 2023.
Living expenses have heightened since post COVID era due to debt restructuring, and incessant fuel prices. Experts say the anger of Ghanaians will be sent to the polls following the disappointment witnessed under Akufo-Addo’s governance.
Mr Mahama has been campaigning on giving Ghanaians respite when he is elected. Addressing a rally in Kumasi, Mahama said the NDC’s policies are well thought-through and will create more jobs as he implements a 24-hour economy.
By Henryson Okrah |Myxyzonline.com