A Senegalese native doctor known only as Kahone has made another prediction concerning the results of the 2022 World Cup play-offs, which will be held in ten major African cities.
Kahone, the "marabout" who rose to prominence after correctly forecasting Senegal's triumph at the Africa Cup of Nations, AFCON 2021, in Cameroon earlier this year, is back with another difficult prediction.
With ten matches scheduled for the play-off first and return legs on Friday and Tuesday next week, Kahone has made predictions that football fans in Nigeria, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Algeria, Tunisia, and Egypt would not like.
This time, he revealed the results of the 2022 Africa Zone World Cup play-off matches.
Morocco, Algeria, Mali, Senegal, and Ghana, he claims, will fly the African flag at the global showpiece in Qatar.
The following are the forecasts:
Democratic Republic of Congo 1-2 Morocco
Algeria 0–1 Cameroon
Tunisia 2–0 Mali
Senegal 0–1 Egypt
Nigeria 3–2 Ghana
It may be noted that Senegalese Native Doctor Kahone claimed that Senegal would win the 2021 African Football Confederation (AFCON) in Cameroon.
In his dream, he said he saw the entire country (Senegal) celebrating the trophy's victory.
Senegal won their first ever AFCON trophy in Cameron on February 6 after defeating Egypt
4-2 on penalties. The two sides will meet again next week on Friday and Tuesday for a spot in the 2022 World Cup final, which will be held in Qatar later this month.
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