Prophet, Bishop, Elisha Salifu Amoako who is known as the founder and leader of Alive Chapel International, has dropped another tough secret over John Dramani Mahama's petition dismissed by the supreme court.
The Bishop revealed former President's decision to challenge the election results at the Apex Court was carried out of false hope by the people around him.
Before the election of 2020, Bishop Salifu prophesized Mahama will lose after he will not accept defeat. That is exactly what happened after the electoral commission headed by Jean Mensah declared Nana Addo Dankwa of the New Patriotic Party as the winner of the race.
Bishop Salifu in an interview with Ghanaweb stated he agrees with the court ruling but Mahama was giving false hope and those around him gave him bad advice. They know definitely nothing will come out of this case but they intentionally push him to the wall.
Gave him full support that the case will favour him while they know very well is not true. According to Salifu he first advised Mahama to accept defeat but he refused. He stated Mahama had no grounds to challenge the results.
That is the reason the supreme court of Ghana on 4th March ruled the case against him.
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