My PRAYERS helped the NPP win 2016 polls-Prophet 1 brags

Prophet Dr Ebenezer Adarkwah Yiadom

The founder and leader of the Ebenezer Miracle and Worship Centre, Prophet Ebenezer Adarkwa Yiadom alias Prophet 1 has bragged of how is prayers and direction led to the New Patriotic Party (NPP) winning the 2016 polls.

According to him, President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo then a candidate, was a frequent visitor to his private residence where he gave him direction otherwise known as ‘akwankyere’ which helped him to win the 2016 polls?

In a televised broadcast monitored by TheNewsGh.Com, he appeared very upset that one person is trying to take credit for the victory of the NPP in the 2016 polls warning that party it better calls the unnamed Man of God to order or risk returning into opposition.

“I’m warning the leadership of the NPP; if that pastor is not called to order, they will go back to opposition; they shouldn’t dare me”, he fumed.

“I still have videos to show for how Nana Addo frequented my private residence for ‘akwankyere’ that helped him to win the elections; I don’t want to talk too much”, he said.

The Ebenezer Miracle and Worship Centre was a popular destination for top politicians in the run up to the 2016 elections.

Then Vice President, the late Papa Kwesi Bekoe Amissah-Arthur and First Lady, Rebecca Akufo Addo led different entourages from the National Democratic Congress (NDC) and the NPP to Opambour’s church for prayers before the elections.

Prophet Ebenezer Adarkwa Yiadom also claimed both Ex-President John Mahama and then candidate Nana Akufo Addo also called on him secretly for help.

“I could have taken money from the NDC, but I didn’t want to dispute what God had said so I told them point blank that they were going to lose; I said it before Amissah-Arthur when he came to my church”, so who says he’s a better prophet than me, he quizzed.

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