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General News of Tuesday, 7 August 2012

Source: Abdul Karim Naatogmah/citifmonline.com

Another Flagbearer To Die -Chief Priest Predicts

After Prez Mills’ Death, Chief Priest Predicts…

- Violence to Characterize Dec. Polls

With barely four months to the December 7 elections, Chief Naa-Tia, Salifu Shiraz of the Kejebi Shrine has overruled the possibility of a round off.

He predicted one touch victory for one of the competing Presidential candidates but warned that the elections might not end peacefully.

Among some of his major predictions for 2012, Chief Naatia on Tamale based Radio Diamond envisaged the death of a prominent politician in Ghana ahead of President John Mills’ demise.

Chief Naa-Tia was speaking in an interview, at his private residence at Sagnarigu, a suburb of Tamale where he also conveyed his condolence to the family of the late President John Mills.

It would be recalled that another prominent man of God and head of the Christ Adventist Church, Apostle Addo Agyekum has earlier, prior to the death of president Mills predicted that, two presidential aspirants will die before the 2012 elections. According to him, the prophecy was revealed to him by God as a warning to Ghanaians to change from their evil ways so the prophecy can be reversed. Apostle Addo Agyekum, in an interview on Adom FM disclosed that one of the candidates will die in an accident while the other will die from a chronic ailment. He stated that the death of the two presidential candidates will force the Electoral Commission to postpone the general elections which will cause tension, may result in armed conflict and the death of several people. According to the Kejebi Shrine spiritualist, the spirits have revealed to him a number of political upheavals that are likely to shake the nation. “I have made a lot of consultations with my gods about this year’s general elections where a lot of things have been revealed to me some of which I can’t make public,” he said.

He thus admonished the nation’s politicians to be civil in their utterances.

Chief Naa-Tia also indicated that there would be serial killings across the nation for ritual purposes to win political power. He made a passionate appeal to H.E John Dramani Mahama to unite the nation.