This Is What Is Saw About Ghana and It is Happening In The Next Two Weeks; Prophet Amoako Atta Drops Wild Prophecy -WATCH

This Is What Is Saw About Ghana and It is Happening In The Next Two Weeks; Prophet Amoako Atta Drops Wild Prophecy -WATCH

The founder and leader of Parliament Chapel International, Prophet Amoako Atta has dropped some prophecies about what Ghanaians should expect in the next two weeks.

Speaking on Angel FM this morning, Prophet Amoako Atta revealed that God has heard the cries of Ghanaians and also the world. He added that the country should expect a stable economy and also a reduction in fuel prices in the next two weeks. He added that this has already happened in the spiritual realm and it has also started in the real world.

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“I’m afraid of what’s ahead of us. This is why God is bringing a relief to the people of Ghana in the coming days. Fuel prices and other items will and must come down before July comes to an end. This is a good news to the president. It has started happening in the spiritual realm and it has also started in the physical world” he said.

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There have been series of demonstrations and strikes in the country following the outbreak of Covid-19. Prices of goods and services are on the rise but the salary level of public sector workers remain the same. Prophet Amoako’s prophecy reveals that things will be fine soon. This will give the country some time and breath to prepare for the second wave of hardships.

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He later urged the president to take advantage of the next two weeks and make the right decisions before August comes.

Source: TheBBCghana.Com

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