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The leader of INRI Evangelical spiritual church, Primate Elijah Ayodele’s Prophecies about the outcome of the Ghana election petition has come to pass.


Although the election held in 2020 and the candidate of the NPP, Nana Akufo-Addo was declared as winner of the election but until now, the victory had not been confirmed because the opposition, John Mahama, the candidate of the NDC had gone to the supreme court to seek annulment of the election.


Just few moments ago, the supreme court dismissed the cases laid against the electoral commission, and affirmed the victory of Nana Akufo-Addo after many months of battling.


This is a confirmation of the prophecy of Primate Ayodele who had said long before the election took place that the only way John Mahama can unsit Nana Akufo-Addo is by focusing and working on the upper volta and Northern region of the country, or else, he will lose gallantly.


The man of God also said that he foresees serious issues that has to do with court cases after the election.


These were his words


‘If John Mahama wants to win, he should work on Northern region and Volta region. He has not done what he is supposed to do, If election happens today, without mincing words, Nana Akufo Addo will defeat him


With the way John Mahama is approaching the campaign is wrong, he needs to work hard to get his victory.


I foresee that there will be violence in Ghana election, and court challenges after the election’’


True to his words, John Mahama didn’t win in those areas the man of God mentioned, and He lost the election.


On the second part that talked about Court Cases, shortly after the election, the court cases prophecy started coming to pass with several allegation and petitions written by the NDC and the electoral commission.


Again, the man of God revealed when the case began that there is nothing that can unsit Nana Akufo-Addo from the seat of the Presidency, and that he will win the supreme court case.


These were his words


‘‘It will be difficult to remove Nana except there is strong evidence provided against him by John Mahama, Nothing can be done to unseat him, He will be victorious in the supreme court’.


Just as he said it, the supreme court has today upheld the election of Nana Akufo Addo

The Nigerian Ambassador to Burkina Faso, Ramatu Ahmed, says no fewer
than 10,000 Nigerian girls are forced into prostitution in Burkina

She disclosed this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria in
Ouagadougou on Monday.

According to her, the victims are mainly underage girls kept in
appalling conditions in Ouagadougou and mining camps across the West
African country.

Ahmed, who has been in Burkina Faso since August 2017, said over 200
Nigerian girls were been repatriated this year.

According to the Ambassador,  many of the girls, who were promised
jobs in the country and Europe by the human traffickers, are not
willing to return home.

“The spate of human trafficking here in Burkina Faso is a big concern
to the embassy because, at present, we have nothing less than 10,00
Nigerian girls who have been trafficked into Burkina Faso as
commercial sex workers.

“And most of these girls are underage; most left schools and are
roaming about doing commercial sex work in Burkina Faso.

“This apart from being a dent to our country is also a sort of concern
as far as their health is concerned. This is very serious to us and
most of the girls who want to go back, as a result, this voluntary
repatriation do it because they were tricked, they did not know the
condition they are going to found themselves here.

“For every Nigerian girl that escapes and wants to go back, there are
more than 10 in the bush that are willing to carry on,” she said

Ahmed condemned the activities of Nigerian syndicates operating in
Burkina Faso, vowing that the embassy will continue to track them down
and bring the perpetrators to book in collaboration with the local

She said the embassy was partnering with the International
Organisation for Migration office in Ouagadougou to assist in the
voluntary repatriation of some of the victims of human trafficking.

“Two hundred girls have been repatriated to Nigeria by the embassy,
this is apart from the ones that run to the churches, some to other
Civil society Organisations and the International Organisations on

In fact, the IOM is complaining to the embassy that most of its money
meant for West Africa is used to repatriate Nigerian girls back home
and they are complaining that with time, they would not be able to
cope with the number.

“So, if the embassy alone has repatriated 200 girls, you can imagine
how many girls the IOM has repatriated and the reason they are
complaining,” she said.

Ahmed appealed: “I am pleading with Nigerian parents that they should
know what their children are doing.”




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