I See NPP Beating NDC To Break The 8 With Mahama Winning 2024 - Nigel Gaisie's Complicated Prophecy
By True_News | self meida writer
Published 11 days ago - 14592 views
Prophet Nigel Gaisie dropped a very complicated Prophecy last night on Starr FM. According to him the New Patriotic Party NPP will break the eight years routine at Ghana's Presidency with John Dramani Mahama winning 2024.
This is complicated, how can NPP win and break the eight with John Dramani Mahama? Nana Aba Anamoa asked.
Nigel Gaisie explained that John Dramani Mahama will win the 2024 elections but NDC cannot win 2028 elections. That means the culture of going eight years before Change of government will be broken by the NPP.
Again, he don't see Bawumia near the 2028 seat either. However, he sees former Head of National security Mr Bryan Acheampong leading the NPP in 2028 to win elections.
He advised the New Patriotic Party NPP to forget 2024 and focus on 2024 because 2024 is fully locked and sealed for the opposition National Democratic Congress and John Dramani Mahama.
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