The founder and leader of the New Era Chapel International, Apostle Edmund Antwi Boasiako has given a shocking revelation about the death of six (6) top members of the New Patriotic Party including its flag bearer, Nana Addo Danquah Akufo-Addo, even before the 2016 general elections take place next year.
The Apostle who said this when he spoke with Kwame Tanko, the host of the Angel Morning Show in an exclusive interview, revealed that he initially was a bit reluctant to break the news to the whole world but the kind of terrible slap- one which would see any Police constable rise to the ranks of IGP in minutes- the Holy Ghost gave him when he was distributing some handkerchiefs to his church members made him think twice.
The apostle who at some point had to swear and even invoke a curse upon himself to die the very moment he stepped out of the studios of Angel FM if what he was saying wasn’t the truth, added that the NPP Chairman of the Asokwa constituency, Asare Bediako, would bear him witness as he (the Apostle) had earlier disclosed a similar prophecy to him (the Chairman) which was neglected but came to pass.
“…six top executives of the party (NPP) are going to die. And this will be executed by some unknown assailants who will use knives and some other weapons to kill them.
“This will lead to NPP breaking into two factions. The saddest thing about the six people who are going to die is that, the flag bearer of NPP, Nana Akufo-Addo Danquah is also included.
“But there is a secret and the secret is that, the confusion which is happening in the NPP is engineered by two political parties.
“The first time God revealed this to me and I went and told the Asokwa constituency Chairman of the NPP, there were about six powerful dwarfs from the Volta Region who had in their hands some magic wand which produced some kind of powder anytime they each waved them, resulting in confusion in the party.
“Now the only solution which can stop this confusion is to have a solid direction. That is all,” revealed the Apostle.
The Apostle who believes meeting Nana Akufo Addo Danquah in person would curtail all the problems currently happening in NPP made it quite clear that he isn’t in for any cheap popularity or money:
“I am not here for cheap popularity and I don’t need anything.
“At least, I have built my own house; I own a car; I have 22 associate pastors; I have those who pay tithe to me; I own a school and a bus for the students as well; I have money in my bank account; I take care of and feed 31 persons for free; I pay school fees for many of my students which means God has actually brought me here to help mankind and so, nobody should ever think that I want to make money out of Nana Akufo Addo or the New Patriotic party,” said the Apostle.