Before the elections, Prophet Badu Kobi told his congregation that he saw John Mahama winning.
Speaking in front of his congregation yesterday, he revealed that Mahama would win by a great margin of 52.3% and more.
Well, everything about the elections have been concluded now with Nana Addo winning. Hence, making Badu’s prophecy a failed one.
Listen to him below:
Nana Addo was re-elected for a second term with 6,730,413 votes. Mahama received 6,214,889 votes, or 47.36%, making it a tight race between the two, as many had predicted.
Although one region’s final vote has yet to be accounted for, the EC says at this point it would not change the outcome.
According to the Electoral Commission, there were 17,027,641 registered voters with few election-related mishaps such as missing names, or misplaced polling stations.
Since polling day, 13,434,574 votes were counted in 48 hours, representing 79% of the total registered voters.