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Mahama Will Win 2024 Election And Change The Laws TO Make Him Rule For 8 Years- Prophet Declares

In the days of King Saul, God used prophets to warn about the change of authority among kingships. In Ghana, the story has not been any different, as most Ghanaians have admitted that Prophets do see into the future about who gets to lead the country over time. Prophet Joshua Adjei has proclaimed that John Mahama will usher the country into a new political regime after President Nana Addo retires from the seat in 2024.


According to Prophet Adjei, former President John Mahama's victory will lead him to effect a constitutional order that will grant him the powers to govern the nation beyond the four-year term. This situation will mean an extension of his tenure to an additional one [if he ever wins the 2024 Presidential election].


Prophet Joshua Adjei disclosed in a Facebook video that Ghanaians shall be pleased with the work of President Mahama and shall allow him to govern the nation for a period of eight (8) years. According to him victory for 2024 has already been granted in the spiritual realm for John Mahama.


He however stressed that the prophecy shall come to pass when John Mahama heeds to his word. Prophet Adjei emphasized that there are certain tasks that the former President has to do to seal off his destiny to ascend the seat of government in 2024, the failure of which he added, could make things difficult for him.


"If you heed to my words, you will win. You will enact a law, and Ghanaians will accept it. That law will make you the President for 8- years. You are now fighting for 4-years but in the end, you will have 8-years. In the spiritual realm, Mahama is the chosen one."


The Prophet did not mention the exact thing the former President has to do in his video message. It is hoped that the NDC will take this message up and seek direction from the Prophet.

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