Malam Shamuna Ustaz Jibril, an Islamic cleric credited with prophesizing the upheaval in Burkina Faso, the outcome of the recent World Cup tournament and others on the international landscape, has predicted more strikes and demonstrations in the country.
Communicating as he always does through a statement released to DAILY GUIDE, he said that ?government must triple its efforts in meeting the aspirations of the people and listen to the spiritual admonitions given them by men of God.?
?My spiritual calculations tell me that from January 2015 the country is going to face myriad strikes and demonstrations. I therefore seize this opportunity to advise the security agencies, especially the Police to manage these situations with tact and finesse and avoid the use of teargas and live ammunition,? he said.
Turning his attention to the Electoral Commission (EC), he warned the entity not to allow itself to be influenced by any politician as this could cause chaos in the country.
In Burkina Faso, the head of that country?s EC counterpart and his family are struggling for their lives.
?Draw lessons from Burkina Faso by standing on your own and doing what is right and God will protect you,? he said.
Ghana?s energy crisis, he said, would worsen from December to January next year.
?I therefore call on the Energy Minister and others to ensure that necessary precautions are taken especially at Tema and Akosombo.
On the international realm, he said that South Africa will have a taste of Ebola as would China and the UK.
He said in the UK, the Ebola case would be detected at the Heathrow Airport and the victim would be deported to Sierra Leone.
In China, the victim will die early and so the country will not be in any danger, he predicted.
He prophesised the death of two renowned musicians, one from Nigeria and the other USA, adding that Boko Haram would carry out bombing during a political rally in Abuja, Nigeria.
According to him, Togo will witness a political uprising and Goodluck Jonathan?s attempt at massaging the figures in the elections that the country is going to undertake would land the country in serious crisis.
He charged President John Mahama to listen to the people of Ghana by offering quality governance to obviate avoidable eventualities.
Continuing, he said that government must avoid confrontation with the people and use adequate diplomacy as opposed to violence in managing the concerns of the people.
Government, he went on, must listen to reasonable ideas of the people, irrespective of the political or ethnic backgrounds of those presenting them.
?Let the President engage the services of men of God to pray for him and the nation so that negative developments would be obviated,? he said.