Lots of people to die during election 2020 violence – Prophet Emmanuel Perry Appau

In almost every country, it’s common for people to start panicking when elections in that country are drawing near fearing that there could be a misunderstanding between members of political parties which might eventually lead to violence especially in Africa.

Ghanaians would next year go to polls to elect their next president and as usual, tension has started building up over how the election would be conducted and who would eventually become the president.

Even though the country is regarded as a peaceful country, Prophet Emmanuel Perry Appau of the General Overseer of the Prevailing Ministries International Church has revealed that there would be war during the elections next year.

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According to him, it was revealed to him in a dream that foreigners would enter the country through its borders and start killing Ghanaians.

He went on to say that in his dream he saw total darkness hovering around the country with reknowed pastors and priest running out of the country fearing for their lives.

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Prophet Emmanuel Perry Appau also added that God after revealing that to him asked him to tell Ghanaians to start praying to avert this doom.

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Watch his interview below:

He concluded that Ghanaians have an attitude of waiting till the last day before the act but in this case, they must start praying now and not wait when the 2020 election is getting closer.

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Qwame is currently a student of the University of Ghana where he is pursuing a degree in Public Administration. He is a delighted Staff at Ghpage gratefully working hard to cause a change in the world. Loves to read, play football, video games, and researching at his spare time.