Electoral victory would elude the New Patriotic Party (NPP) for the third time in a row if the party does not take steps to seek spiritual intervention for its presidential candidate, Nana Akufo-Addo, says highly respected seer and Christian leader, Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi of the Glorious Wave Ministry.
“If Nana wants to win the election, he knows what to do. If he doesn’t do it, President Mahama will once again snatch victory from him… Spiritually, if you look at it, Nana Addo has won the election but how to make that manifest in the physical realm is another issue,” Prophet Kobi told Roman Fada, host of Atinka FM mid-morning show, ‘Edwumaa oo’.
Emmanuel Badu Kobi is one of the few contemporary prophets whose reputation and credibility is still intact and whose prophecies and predictions have happened with precision.
He advised the NPP, as a party, to avoid excessive talking about unnecessary things and rather move to do the appropriate things that would result in electoral victory for the party.
Prophet Kobi spoke to the radio station to respond to an online news report which said he had predicted a “one touch” victory for President Mahama.
“I never said President Mahama would win the election. What I said was that I had a vision that there was an attempt to rig the election in favour of one of the candidates, and this could lead to violence and confusion. The issue of President Mahama winning one touch never came up at all…
“Based on this revelation from God, I asked my congregation during the all-night service on June 3 to pray hard to prevent this impending calamity and bloodshed. I never declared that President Mahama would win one touch,” the prophet told Roman Fada.
The Christian leader expressed regret that some members of the NPP, after reading the false news report, started insulting him publicly without bothering to crosscheck its veracity.
Prophet Badu Kobi, aside his revered prophetic ministry, is also remembered by many as the pastor who gave out some 110 different cars as gifts to members of his church at Sakumono, a suburb of Accra.