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Kennedy Agyapong is destined to be Ghana’s president – Prophet declares

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Eric Boahen Uche, a self-proclaimed prophet, has firmly predicted that politician and businessman Kennedy Agyapong will one day be elected President of Ghana.

The prophet said in a recent interview with Joy Prime’s Roselyn Felli on the Prime Morning show that the Assin North Member of Parliament is destined to rule the country at some time.

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“Kennedy Agyapong would definitely become president of Ghana; there is no two ways about it. He’s destined to become president,” he reiterated.

Prophet Uche believes in the prophesy since he claims to be recognized in the past for delivering daring and accurate political forecasts.

“If you go back to check my background, I was the only prophet to predict that the 2020 elections would go to court. I clearly said that the NDC would take the NPP to court, and it all happened,” he added.

He also cited some of Mr. Agyapong’s distinguishing characteristics that will help him win the presidency.

Kennedy Agyapong, according to Prophet Uche, is polite and would make an excellent president.

Recounting his encounter with the Assin North MP’, the prophet said, “When he and Kweku Annan fired shots at men of God, I had to go to him on behalf of a fellow pastor they had decided to criticize. On my arrival at his place, he came by himself to escort me from my car to his office.”

As the prophet’s teachings became more connected with presidential aspirations, they may have added a new element of complexity and intrigue to the country’s political story.

While some may be skeptical of these forecasts, Prophet Uche’s statements have sparked interest and discussion regarding Kennedy Agyapong’s political future in the eyes of those who believe in such prophetic insights.

Mr. Agyapong stunned political experts when he received over 71,000 votes in the presidential primaries of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP), finishing second to Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, who received slightly more than 118,000 votes to become the NPP’s flagbearer for the 2024 election.

Many people were surprised by Mr Agyapong’s ability to finish second behind Bawumia in the party’s super delegates conference, despite the fact that many assumed the main race was between former Trade Minister Alan Kyerematen and Dr Bawumia.

 

 

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