You’ll still lose if you try rigging 2020 elections – Islamic cleric warns

Popular Islamic Cleric, Numerologist, Philosopher Mallam Sham-Una Uztaz Jibril has issued a stern warning to a political party in Ghana warning them against rigging and manipulating the 2020 elections.

The Islamic cleric who is noted for his predictions has stated that the 2020 polls will put Ghana as the center of attraction for the international community.

“Any political party that rely on hacking or rigging the elections (2020) or focusing on the support or vito of the electoral commission on it favor should start mourning it loose before the voting day-Ghanaian Islamic cleric.

The year 2020 is a police on its own spiritually, the length and breadth of the country will be full of unexpected desperate international observers and other local and international concern democratic groups I foresee.

There is no election that will have eyes, ears and hearts in the democratic dispensation of the 21st century than the coming 2020 presidential and parliamentary elections of Ghana and that of America respectively.

Citizens of these two respective countries must have confidence in God that their legal vote of their choice will be reflected in the system (whether manually or electronically) god willing. Finally if any party is having track record to base on or convince the people on their side together with prayers and supplication is the last option but nothing else”, he disclosed.

Mallam Sham-una Uztaz Jibril had earlier revealed that the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) is in a comfortable lead as far his assessment in the spiritual realm is concerned.

Part of the text culled from mynewsgh.com

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