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Opinions of Friday, 16 December 2016

Columnist: Adofo, Rockson

President-elect Akufo-Addo must beware of this prophetic revelation

By Rockson Adofo

It is said, “God reveals to redeem”. However, in most cases when a revelation comes, the same God revealing what is about to happen does prescribe a solution in a form of instructions to whoever that problem is about to happen to. It is only when the person about whom the revelation has been made abides by the instructions so-prescribed that the problem can be averted.

It is also only when the problem is averted that we can say, the person has been redeemed hence the saying, “God reveals to redeem”

This goes to tell that if a revelation is made and the instructions to avert the problem are not followed through, whatever the problem to happen to the person as revealed is, can still happen.

It has been revealed by God Almighty to a man of God that I trust, concluding from how his previous and ongoing prophetic revelations turn out, his humility, his honesty and sincerity, his aversion for corruption and disinterest in asking for money and many other good qualities about him, that some evil persons have plotted against President-elect Nana Akufo Addo.

They want to strike him down with illness, STROKE to be precise. How can they do it, one may ask? On the day of his formal swearing in as the President of the Republic of Ghana, someone will HUG him after he has been sworn in. As soon as the person embraces him, the illness will have been transferred to him and that will be his end.

Could a paralyzed President be allowed to govern Ghana? NO!!! When you are paralyzed and probably lost your speech, there is no way that you will be allowed to govern Ghana despite any good intentions you may have.

The instruction God has prescribed to avert the problem is, Nana Akufo Addo MUST NOT ALLOW ANYONE to hug him before, during and after his swearing in. This is solely about 7 January 2017.

Anyone in the sense as applied here means NOBODY must be allowed to embrace Nana Akufo Addo. Whether the person is his wife, daughter, former President, Outgoing President, best friend, trusted pastor, Abaawa, Nana Amoatia Ofori Panin II, Captain Koda, Rev. Owusu Bempah, DJ Sources, Hon. Sarfo Marfo, Hon. Kennedy Agyapong or Rockson Adofo who has been writing copiously in his defence or to project him and his good intentions, they should not be allowed to hug him, period!

NOBODY as defined by the dictionary is “no person; not anyone; no one”

Is this any difficult instruction to follow?

Mrs. Rebecca Akufo Addo, the soon-to-be First Lady of Ghana and President-elect Nana Akufo Addo’s security detail of whom Captain Koda may be in charge are please to ensure that this simple instruction is followed through to the letter.

Once he overcomes this last hurdle, he will perform wonders for the people of Ghana and his country Ghana, so the revelation came across.

His opponents are still working around the clock but the good God that he believes in and serves, in whom he has entrusted his entire political career and surrendered himself wholeheartedly, will protect him.

The protection comes only when he abides by certain simple instructions as hereby revealed.

I feel it is the collective responsibility of all discerning Ghanaians if not the entire Ghanaian population, to ensure the safety and security of our incoming President hence this publication.

If I had sought to pass this information to him secretly, come the day of his swearing in if he refuses to embrace anyone, people will start talking crap saying he is arrogant or this or that, not knowing the actual reason behind why he has behaved that way.

Captain Koda, please make sure no one hugs him as instructed. Mrs. Rebecca Akufo Addo, make sure your husband is protected.

Failing to obey simple instructions from God comes at a great, but regrettable price. Many years back, in Paris, a Ghanaian lady who came from Asokore Okaikrom in the Ashanti region was issued a very simple instruction as directed by God, by a prophet after she had prayed with him on the phone.

She was asked not to go to work for a week but fast and pray to avert a calamity that was ominously looming upon her. She told friends, I cannot fast but will send him money to do the fasting for me. Again, how can I stay away from work for a week? Was she not self-employed? Yes, she was.

She ignored the instructions as issued to her by the prophet. She refused to stay home. She refused to do the fasting and praying. Barely three or four days after the revelation, did an unknown person kill her at work by inflicting fatal hammer injuries to her head. For about fifteen years until today, her assassin has not been found by the French police.

What about the fate of King Saul as in I Samuel 15:1-35? Saul disobeyed God and suffered the consequences of his disobedience.

15 Then Samuel said to Saul: “Jehovah sent me to anoint you as king over his people Israel; now listen to what Jehovah has to say. 2 This is what Jehovah of armies says: ‘I will call to account the Amalekites for what they did to Israel when they opposed them along their way coming up from Egypt. 3 Now go, and strike down the Amalekites, and devote them to destruction along with all that they have.

You must not spare them; you are to put them to death, man as well as woman, child as well as infant, bull as well as sheep, camel as well as donkey. 20 However, Saul said to Samuel: “But I have obeyed the voice of Jehovah! I went on the mission, to which Jehovah sent me, and I brought back Agag the king of Amalekites, and I devoted the Amalekites to destruction. 21 But the people took sheep and cattle from the spoil, the best of what was devoted to destruction, to sacrifice to Jehovah your God at Gilgal.”

22 Samuel then said: “Does Jehovah take as much pleasure in burnt offerings and sacrifices as in obeying the voice of Jehovah? Look! To obey is better than a sacrifice, and to pay attention than the fat of rams; 23 for rebelliousness is the same as the sin of divination, and pushing ahead presumptuously the same as using magical power and idolatry. Because you have rejected the word of Jehovah, he has rejected you from being king.”

The above extensively quoted bible verses go to conclude that when God gives us instructions, we have to obey them.

Finally, I shall personally advise President-elect Nana Akufo Addo not to accept any personal gifts, be they money, food, drinks or clothes from anyone.

A word to the wise is sufficient.