“Universities And SHS Will Face Death Calamities” - Ibrah One Drops Doom Prophecies
By Serwaa_Bernice | self meida writer
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Controversial Ghanaian social media personality and self-acclaimed billionaire Ibrahim Daouda, better known in showbiz circles as Ibrah One has dropped damning prophecies on occurrences he says will happen this year in Ghana and some other countries.
The socialite suddenly became a prophet before the 2020 elections dropping prophecies to the extent of claiming President Nana Addo Danquah Akuffo-Addo was going to die and Mahama would replace him. This prophecy however never came to pass.
In new revelations, the social media personality revealed on his Facebook page that he has seen death calamities hit Senior High Schools and Universities in the country with 6 other ‘prophecies’.
Ibrah One added that, Sammy Gyamfi Will Face What Nigel Gaise faces some few days back. Many jobs will collapse in Ghana.
As if that was not enough, he also added that, a Nigerian celebrity will be involved in an armed robbery attack which may lead to his death.
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