The leader of the Church of Rabbi, Odifo Kwabena Tawiah, has dropped a doom prophecy on President Nana Akufo-Addo. According to Odifo Tawiah, Akufo-Addo is set up in the spiritual realm to die before the 2020 general election comes off on December 7.

In a video sighted on the Instagram blog, Sweet Maame Adwoa, the prophet explained that some people have inflicted Akufo-Addo with a disease in spirit and it will manifest very soon.

When the disease becomes physical, it will eventually lead to the death of the president even before the December 7 elections. He added that even though Akufo-Addo and the New Patriotic (NPP) are set to win the December 7 elections, his death will turn the tide in favour of John Mahama and the national Democratic Congress (NDC).

It is not known when exactly the video of Odifo Tawiah was recorded but he explicitly stated that the president or his party should contact him before Wednesday in order to avert the prophecy.

The prophet claimed that Akufo-Addo has refused to pick his calls ever since he [Akufo-Addo] called him [Tawiah] to the Jubilee House some time ago to undertake a task on his behalf. Lamenting on the supposed neglect by Akufo-Addo, Odifo Tawiah wondered if Mahama would have made him go hungry if he [Tawiah] had done the same job for him [Mahama].

He further went on to urge the NPP and the Akyem people to rise up and work to save the president from dying.

The presidency and/or the ruling NPP is yet to respond to this prediction from Odifo Tawiah but it is not the first prophecy about the elections. Many other prophets including Nigel Gaisie and Apostle Isaac Owusu Bempah have been dropping their predictions ahead of the elections.

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