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I Heard Gunshots On January 7th – Bishop Salifu Amoako Drops Last Doom Prophecy Upon The Nation


It has become a norm and usual thing in Ghana that each New Year, prophets of God give predictions for the year which most at times are based on doom prophecies and kind of threat to one’s life’s.

Bishop Elisha Salifu Amoako of Alive Chapel International has dropped his 2021 prophecies on in this new year as he take it one after the other with a declaration.

As we all know how the just ended 2020 Election has been very much controversial after the National Democratic Congress (NDC) members flounced all regions to demonstrate against the Electoral Commission Chairperson, Madam Jean Mensah for allegedly rigging the Election as they claimed.

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The National Democratic Congress (NDC) Presidential candidate, John Dramani Mahama insist not to concede defeat any moment from now and has channelled his case to the Supreme Court Of Ghana for an Election Petition to seek a reelection of the just ended Polls.

The popular man of God listed series of prophecies to Ghanaians especially his congregants in the Political grounds. According to him, the swearing in of President-elect Nana Akufo-Addo will be full of confusion.

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Bishop Elisha Salifu Amoako prophesied that he heard gunshots on 7th January 2020 which signifies that, there will be some perpetrators who would be endeavoring to cause chaos and destruction over the swearing in of Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo which is kinda threatening to the peace of the country.

He then urged the National security to anticipate aggressively towards the faithful day (7th January, 2020) of swearing in of the President elect because there will be some serious misunderstanding. He noted

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Meanwhile, this time around the swearing in will take place at the Forecourt of the Parliament House, Accra for the first time ever.


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