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Looming dumsor, deputy finance minister: Economy-related prophecies of 2024

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During Ghana’s annual Watch Night ceremonies, the prophesies delivered by men of God tend to have a greater emphasis on the political and social sides, and in some cases, worldwide concerns.

The economy appears to perceive relatively few prophesies in general.

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In the case of the 2024 predictions, two prophetic pastors, Isaac Owusu-Bempah and Nigel Gaisie, raised some economic concerns.

The latter began his 2024 predictions with an economic tone, saying, “It is going to be a very, very good year.” It will not be like 2023 or 2022, with green ripe fruits suspended in the sky.

“2024 is a year of prosperity, abundance in nations of the world and life of individuals unlike last and two years ago. This is a very good year,” he declared.

His other economic prophecy concerned an unidentified deputy finance minister, about whom Gaisie stated:

“A deputy finance minister should be careful, he will be at the highest height of government, he should be careful in the next years, God will help him but there’s a set-up against him.”

Owusu-Bempah, for his part, warned of a potential huge power outage before urging the power-producing cluster of enterprises to work together to solve the problem.

“I saw thick darkness had descended upon the nation, everything ceased and it was intense. People in charge of the power generation sector must work assiduously to avert a dum (outage),” he stated in Twi.

Gaisie claims COCOBOD, BoG, and IMF 2023 forecasts.

Gaisie said that as part of his right predictions for 2023, he had predicted a crisis in two important governmental agencies.

He indicated that the crises at COCOBOD and the Bank of Ghana (BoG) validated his predictions.

He also claimed to have correctly predicted the government’s involvement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

 

 

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