“Political prophecies are just for campaign” – Nicholas Omane Acheampong

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Popular Ghanaian Gospel musician, Nicholas Omane Acheampong has voiced out his opinion on political campaigns and their relevance in the countries decision making.

In an interview with “Empress” Nana Ama McBrown as host on UTV, the  Zaphnath-Paaneah hitmaker said that just like any ordinary person,  some pastors also have political parties which they support and would like to help them to possibly win the elections.

He continued that pastors who make such election prophecies are only campaigning for their political parties.

He said that because the pastors are not able to boldly open up to declare their support for political parties, they go ahead to make prophecies that may or may not go through for them.

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According to Nicholas Omane Acheampong, if a man of God prophecies and fails, it does not mean the prophecy was fake but then those words was said in canal knowledge for political gains.

He mentioned that one’s fanbase shouldn’t be shattered due to sincere declaration of political affiliation.

In citing a practical example, he mentioned Ghanaian actor turned politician, John Dumelo as one who has even gained more recognition after he declared his support for the National Democratic Congress.

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– Nicholas Omane Acheampong #Unitedshowbiz With Empress @iamamamcbown

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