Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi speaks about the attitude of Ghanaian Politicians as he relate their conducts to the day Satan will repent and look for the almighty God. It is clear that, Satan and God Almighty share a deeper and wider boundary. But it is quite strange when Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi used Satan as the basis to compare the attitude of Politicians in Ghana.
Prophet Dr Emmanuel Badu Kobi made this statement on his official Facebook wall and some Ghanaians have also reacted to it. Many were expecting Prophet Badu Kobi to speak about the intention of God concerning Ghana going to seek financial Support from the International Monetary Fund. But prophet Badu Kobi rather speaks about the lies which is mostly heard from Politicians in Ghana.
According to Prophet Dr Emmanuel Badu Kobi, the day our political leaders will speak the truth, that will be the day Satan will repent and will start looking for God Almighty. "The day political leaders of our time will speak the truth, Satan will repent and look for God". - Prophet Badu Kobi stated.
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