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Jesus Ahuofe boldly drops a deadly prophecy about parliament – Says there will be bloodshed soon (Video)

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The head pastor of New Life Kingdom Chapel, Bishop Stephen Kwesi Appiah popularly known as Jesus Ahuofe has defied the IGP’s orders to drop another controversial prophecy.

According to Jesus Ahuofe in an interview with Nana Romeo on Accra FM, the 4 fights that have already been recorded are just the tip of the iceberg.

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On the authority of Jesus Ahuofe, if care is not taken, blood will flow in parliament house in the near future if swift measures are not taken to cease the never-ending brawls.

He went on to brag that, he has the power to put an end to the noisy quarrel and fights that erupt in parliament anytime there’s a fierce disagreement.

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Jesus Ahuofe who was arrested a few months ago over his prophecy about Shatta Wale also entreated Nana Addo to contact some powerful men of God to seek God’s intervention on the doom that is hanging on our MPs.

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Background

Members of Ghana’s Parliament were unable to contain their emotions as they brawled in the House on Monday evening, shortly before the final vote on the contentious Electronic Transfer Levy Bill, often known as e-levy.

Joseph Osei-Owusu who sat in as the Speaker stated that the Bill which had been tabled under a certificate of urgency would be approved by a division and that he would vote in his capacity as a Member of Parliament.

Members of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) appeared to be enraged by this, questioning his decision to vote after presiding over the night’s proceedings.

They made their way to the front of the dais, threatening the Bekwai MP.

This sparked unrest among the Majority MPs, and when Mr Osei-Owusu gave the presiding function to the Second Deputy Speaker, Andrew Amoako Asiamah, a fight ensued.

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