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I Predicted Nana Addo Will Wear “Kente” On His Inauguration - Islamic Cleric
 
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09-Jan-2017  
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Did you know the ‘Royal Kente’ worn by President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo on his swearing in ceremony last Saturday was predicted by a soothsayer?

Yes! An Islamic cleric, numerologist, philosopher and acclaimed spiritual hacker, Mallam Shamu-na Ustartz Jibriel said he foretold the president’s dress code which came to reality.

According him, in one of his publications on Peacefmonline.com some months back, he noted that Nana Addo will “wear a gold colored kente cloth during his inauguration or swearing in on 7th January 2017.”

“Refer to this article titled, ‘The First Man on this planet to Congratulate Nana Addo as the President of Ghana,’” he said.

He also noted that – “In fulfillment of this prophecy, Nana Addo on the morning of 7th January 2017 wore a white 'fugu', a traditional attire of northern origin. The fugu Nana Addo wore was captured by TV3 and other networks. However in a surprise turn of events, Nana Addo changed his fugu attire for the gold colored kente, and appeared with that for the inauguration.

“True to this prediction, there was fire outbreak in some part of Kumasi and some drizzling around Aburi.”

Mallam Shamu-na is noted for using the Qu'ran to make a lot of diligent prophecies and predictions, including the outcome of elections in Nigeria, Ghana, Gambia and America.
 
 
 
Source: King Edward Ambrose Washman Addo/Peacefmonline.com/ Twitter: @Washman5/ Instagram: Washman007
 
 

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