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Akufo-Addo is being led spiritually by a ‘brown dog’ – Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi



Renowned pastor, Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi has “uncovered” the root of the economic adversity Ghanaians are facing under the Akufo-Addo led government.

The founder and leader of Glorious Waves Chapel International, claims electing Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo as president of Ghana is the genesis of all the problems Ghanaians are encountering today.

Prophet Kobi said, he had a revelation about the then Presidential candidate of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) ahead of the 2016 elections, where he saw a brown dog leading him (Akufo-Addo).

He explained, the brown dog which precedes Akufo-Addo everywhere he goes and keep leaving behind, drops of urine at every spot, signifies hardship, a reason Ghanaians are currently suffering.

“Prior to the 2016 elections, I saw a dog leading Akufo-Addo. I then saw the sudden change in dates from 16 to 17 and the dog keeps dropping urine at every spot. This made me realised that when Akufo-Addo comes, things will become hard in Ghana because the animal is leading him,” the pastor told Kofi Adoma Nwanwani in an interview on Kofi TV.

He said, Ghanaians did not take his forewarnings about Akufo-Addo serious but rather attacked him (Badu Kobi) and labelled him an NDC sympathiser who hated the president.

Prophet Badu Kobi said he was accused by NPP supporters of embarking on a smear campaign against their flagbearer because he revealed the truth about the consequences of making him a president.

“Ghanaians didn’t understand. Some even said Mahama has given me money meanwhile I’ve never collected money from any politician. I just laughed when I heard all those allegations,” he noted.

Explaining why he is convinced Nana Akufo-Addo was not meant to be president despite the numerous prophesies in his favour, Prophet Badu Kobi said, God permitted him to win the elections because Ghanaians wanted him in place of Mahama.

He reiterated, “There is something we call perfect will and permissive will. Perfect will is when God says this is yours; take it and permissive will is when God says the people said they need you so I’m giving it to you.”

The manifestations of making a man, who is not the “perfect will of God” ascend the highest seat of the land is the various economic challenges that is currently putting stress on Ghanaians, Prophet Kobi maintained.

He said “Everywhere the dog urinates, there’s a problem. I got frightened when I had this revelation that’s why I kept talking about it because I know he will face difficulties too. Just look at what is happening since Nana Akufo-Addo became president. I don’t hate him. This is the truth and he’s admitted it himself that Ghana is facing hard time.”

Another reason the Akufo-Addo administration is facing challenges is as result of the numerous promises in the NPP’s 2016 manifesto.

According to Prophet Badu Kobi, the NPP lied its way into power by making juicy promises to garner votes from the electorates.

“Akufo-Addo should come out and tell Ghanaians he can’t fulfil all the promises so the nation will know he’s spoken the truth. Now that he’s telling us Ghana is in safe hands, where’s the GHC892 million that’s missing? Where will they get the money to implement the one-million, one-constituency promise?” he said.


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Farming, one of the key to Ghana’s dev’t – Asantehene



Asantehene Otumfuo Osei Tutu II has said only farming will help Ghana to develop.

He said although the nation is extracting oil, farming stands tall among all the things that will help Ghana prosper.
Farming, the Asante monarch said, will help generate revenue for the nation and bring jobs to the people if much attention is paid to it.
The traditional leader noted that farming seems to have become the preserve of the aged while the youth seek for white-collar jobs.

Otumfuo Osei Tutu called on Ghanaians to get involved in farming to help develop the nation.
The Asantehene said this when the flagbearer of the Great Consolidated Popular Party (GCPP), Dr Henry Herbert Lartey, paid a courtesy call on him at the Manhyia Palace on Wednesday, 18 November 2020.
He said: “Ghana can only prosper through farming. We have oil and other resources but farming is key to our development; that is what will bring money and jobs”.
“We’ve been brainwashed to love white collar-jobs where we sit in the office while farming has been left for the aged”, the Asantehene observed.


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18-year-old JHS car manufacturer’s design remade by Kantanka Automobile



Kelvin Odartey, the 18-year-old JHS student who made a car’s design has been remanufactured by Kantanka Vehicles

– Safo Kantanka Jnr, the CEO of the car-manufacturing company, shared a photo of the car under construction and mentioned that it is called the Akofena – Although not fully confirmed, it is believed that Kantanka Automobile is making the new model in partnership with the young genius

Kantanka Automobile, led by the CEO of Kantanka Group of Companies, Kwadwo Safo Jnr, has manufactured a new car model called Kantanka Akofena

In a post sighted by on the personal Twitter handle of the CEO, he posted a photo of the car that was still being worked on at the factory. The Akofena, as shown by the image, took the same shape and form of the car that was manufactured by Kelvin Odartey, a young 18-year-old boy in junior high school

See the post below: As would be recalled, a video of the 18-year-old Junior High School (JHS) graduate who built a car with scraps went viral on social media weeks ago and after which got the chance to bag a scholarship from Kwadwo Safo Junior. The boy who caught the admiration of many on social media was said to have driven the self-made car to the examination centre to write his final paper. Although it is not fully confirmed, it is believed that Kantanka Automobile is manufacturing the new model in partnership with the young boy
18-year-old JHS car manufacturer’s design remade by Kantanka Automobile Source: Twitter, @kwadwosafo_Jnr Source: UGC

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Meet ken kojo Adams, the young ghanaian whose paintings can make you go hungry



Food as we all know is any nutritious substance that people or animals eat or drink in order to maintain life and growth.

I was sitting under a big mango tree one hot Saturday afternoon reminiscing on how granny used to force me just to eat from her kitchen when I used to stay with her in the village. A series of questions which I couldn’t get answers to kept running through my mind; why have we abandoned granny’s kitchen and going after fast food.

Food does more than fuelling and restoring the body with energy. According to study, some individuals going through depression recover quickly after taking in a very good meal, the satisfaction alone brings back some memories hence food being a solution to some of our psychological problems.

At the moment food is very prestigious and you can testify to the fact that food makes us keep some people in our memories and I can honestly say, I haven’t enjoyed groundnut soap for the past four years after i lost my mom, it’s very unfortunate that we are forgoing our culture in the name of technological advances and the acceptance of others culture. My people, we have to reclaim our tradition.

Culture is also influenced by food through various ways such as tradition, religion and family. This aspects are what makes us distinct from others and created a whole new society.

There are variety of food which represents the various ethnic groups in Ghana, and this is another rich culture we have to protect for the benefit of the future generations.

Gone are the days when we cherish our local foods but now we only take selfies with round open pie made with yeast dough and topped with tomato sauce, cheese, and a variety of other ingredients and we call that strength living, LOL, what made you forget about the fresh kontomire leaves with your fresh plantain or cocoyam….our generation has lost it we choosing weakness over strength.

This is the time to promote your own.

Let’s talk about “Banku”, I’m sorry wetting your appetite.

Banku is a Ghanaian dish which is cooked by a proportionate mixture of fermented corn and cassava dough in hot water into a smooth, whitish paste, served with soup, stew or a pepper sauce with fish. It is mostly preferred by the people of the Southern Regions of Ghana; the Ewe tribe of the Volta Region, the Fante and the Ga tribe but also eaten across the other regions in Ghana. Banku is found throughout Ghana, and is one of the staple foods enjoyed by all tribes in the country.

I feel that sharp pain in my heart whenever I remember some of the pioneers of this mouth watering meal files a letter of departure from Ghana. Could this be possible?, are we also going to say bye bye to the meal because they are the originators, this will probably lead to segregation which isn’t good and that’s why I suggest, just as banku and its captivating green accompaniment has been recognized and adapted by almost every ethnic group in Ghana, so should we know that we are one people and there is a common culture that holds us together.

No two ways about this, ‘banku’ is the most commonest meal every Ghanaian might have tasted, we enjoy that and have the originators in mind. Refusing to correct what is wrong is what makes it a mistake. Let love lead, Ghana.

Oh less I forget!
what’s your thought on left over Banku 😋.

Left over banku lasts for up to a week, and some prefer to keep it longer than that because the fermentation process gives it more flavour and taste if stored properly. I dare you to try that.

The best feeling is when grand mom gives you your favorite.

Below are paintings from the young artist.

Story by Ken Kojo Adams


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