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Support Allan Cash In His Bid To Lead The Npp In The 2024 Elections - Apostle Marshal To Kennedy.

The founder and leader of the Soldiers Of Christ Prayer Group Of All Churches in Kumasi in the Ashanti Region Apostle Dr Dirl Airl King Marshal has stressed the need for the Member of Parliament for the Assin Central Constituency Hon Kennedy Agyepong to push his support for the Trade Minister.

 To ensure that Mr Allan Kwaddwo Kyeremanteng is voted to become the next flagbearer of the Npp.

Apostle Marshal also advised Hon Kennedy Agyepong to surrender his decision that aimed at contesting as the presidential candidate of the Npp.

 And instead rally behind the Trade Minister Mr Allan Kwadwo Kyeremanteng to get the mandate to help break the '8' in the 2024 general elections.

Speaking to the Opera News Content Writer King Amoah in an interview the clergy alleged that he had got three separate revelations from God in 2018, 2020 and 2021 respectively.

The revealation he stated pointed out that Allan Cash and Kennedy Agyepong would rule the country after the 2024 general elections.

King Marshal said through the Divine revealation Allan Cash would win the Presidential seat of the Npp Congress.

The man of God told the correspondent that after Allan Cash victory in the Npp Congress he would pick Kennedy Agyepong to become his Vice.

Stressing that it would be through this collaboration that Ghanaians would witness the victory of the Npp in the 2024 elections.

The clergy alleged that God also instructed him to tell the Kennedy Agyepong to surrender and support Allan Cash to win the presidential race of the Npp.

 This is because Hon Kennedy Agyepong is the main man who God wanted to to be the Vice of Allan Kyeremanteng.

The man of God was also hopeful that since Allan Cash presidential ambition have the Divine endorsement he appealed to the Npp delegates to vote massively for him when the Congress time is up.

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