The words of a great man of God must not be taken for Granted. We are all aware about the massive role prophets plays in our life time.
Prophets speaks the intention of God to the people.
Prophet Godson Afful has finally drops covered mysteries before the whole nation about how eletion 2024 is going to look like.
Speaking with Paul Adom in an exclusive and fancinating program or interview, Prophet Godson Afful reveals that, DR. Alan Kojo Kyereamenteng will become a president in Ghana some times to come but that of 2024 is not for him.
"2024 eletion is not for Dr. ALAN KOJO. But I can see John Dramani Mahama coming back strongly for the presidential seat in 2024" - The man of God added that, it is obvious that Dr Bawumia will contest against John Dramani Mahama in the upcoming elections in 2024 but John Dramani still has a role to play.
Prophet Godson Afful is very powerful and he normally prophesies about elections in Ghana which normally come to pass.
Do you think the words of the man of God will suit Dr Kojo Alan?
What do you have to say?
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