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Parliamentarians Fighting In The Parliament Is Just The Beginning - Prophet Declares

According to Prophet Stephen Akwesi Appiah popularly known as Prophet Jesus Ahoufe, the parliamentarians fighting in the Ghanaian parliament is just the beginning. Speaking on a popular radio station show in the country, Prophet Jesus Ahoufe says, what we are observing today in the parliament is just the beginning but what would happened in next couple of days would be a 'bloody'. The host of the program ask him on what to do to stop this act happening in the parliament, he (Prophet Jesus Ahoufe) says, the only way to stop it, is for the President to take responsibility on his own because the matter is spiritual not physical as people see it.

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From the interview, the Prophet made mention of declaring that, the parliament would experience a chaos among the parliamentarians of which care is not taken would lead to 'bloody'. Maybe you would be wondering who Jesus Ahoufe is, he is the one who drop the prophecy about the shooting of Shatta Wale. The prophecy was seems not happening but Shatta Wale fake it of which the matter is still in court.

But the Prophet has bounced back with a new prophecy concerning the Ghanaian parliament, about the issue that happened yesterday. Well Prophets are the people responsible for seeing in the spirit to tell people what would happened in the future. Prophet Jesus Ahoufe has it again but it seems this time whatever he is saying is seem happening. Well if the direction is been taken it can help resolve this issue happening in the parliament according to him. What is your suggestion about this matter?

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Ghanaian Jesus Ahoufe Stephen Akwesi Appiah


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