Prophet Nigel Gaisie has declared to Star FM in an interview that he sees Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia Wearing the shoes of Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo with Bryan Acheampong following him as President.
The Presenter questioned him that he don't understand the prophecy because Bryan Acheampong is not in line for NPP's Presidency.
Nigel Gaisie explained that, with what he Is seeing, anything can happen for Bawumia to succeed Akufo Addo before 2024 but will lose the elections.
He said that Bryan Acheampong could follow Bawumia to become President of Ghana in 2028. He advised Bryan Acheampong to contest the 2024 primaries of the ruling New Patriotic Party NPP as a preparation towards 2028 because he will beat anybody to become Ghanas President.
Nigel Gaisie further advised all Ghanaians not to talk against his Prophecies because that the will of God. Please kindly share your thoughts by clicking the article. Thank you for Reading
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