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Fake Prophets Will Ride On The Death Of JJ Rawlings For Political Purpose – Avraham Ben Moshe


Today happens to be one of the sad days of Ghanaians as a great hero has passed on.

The former president who happens to be the first president of the 4th Republic Of Ghana, His Excellency Jerry John Rawlings has passed on a few hours ago and according to report he died of the deadly Coronavirus pandemic which has taken lives of many for some time now.

Ghanaians in shock have react to the sudden death of the fallen soldier as they send their condolences to the family of the late Rawlings.

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His death came two months after his mother passed on.

However, we have less than 30 days for this year’s elections so report of his death is just something else as some Ghanaians are drawing conclusions already.

Leader and Founder of the Common Sense Family, Avram Ben Moshe who is known for his comments on sensitive issues, encouraging people to live their lives base on common sense and not religion has dropped bombshell concerning the death of Rawlings.

According to him, Ghanaians should use their common sense this time around because some men of God will like to ride on the death of the former president for political purpose.

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He stated that, a certain man Of God will come out to say the death of the former president is not normal that, his own political party, The National Democratic Congress(NDC) led by former President John Dramani Mahama have sacrificed him for political power come December 7th.

He concluded that Ghanaians should mark his words because he has been a pastor before and he knows what he is saying.

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