wpid-TBJoshua.jpegNigerian Prophet, T. B. Joshua, has prophesied that war will not befall Ghana after the country?s Supreme Court pronounces its final verdict on an election petition that has been before the apex Court for the past eight months.

T.B. Joshua told his congregation at the Headquarters of the Synagogue Church Of All Nations (SCOAN) in Nigeria on Sunday August 25, 2013 that nothing untoward will happen to Ghana after the verdict.

The prophecy, monitored by XYZ News on Emmanuel TV urged Ghanaians to be calm and repose confidence in the apex Court to do a good job.

According to T.B. Joshua, anxious Ghanaians who are packing out of the country out of fear of a post-verdict conflict should relax and be at peace with themselves because the verdict will not spark any mayhem.

During the Service, a male member of the congregation suddenly rose up among the audience and said he had earlier had a vision that Prophet T. B. Joshua would, prior to announcement of the verdict on Thursday, utter the very same prophecy which he spoke about in Church on Sunday.

Ghana?s apex Court will deliver its final verdict on the case on Thursday August 29, 2013.

Ahead of the verdict, several religious groups and civil society organisations have been organising several peace fora toward averting conflict after the verdict.

The peace messages have targeted mostly the supporters of the two main political parties involved in the case ? the main opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP) and the governing National Democratic Congress (NDC).

The Petitioners ? 2012 Presidential Candidate of the NPP, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo; his running mate Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia and the party?s national Chairman Jake Obetsebi-Lamptey ? say the polls were fraught with irregularities which robbed the first Petitioner of victory.

The respondents are President John Mahama, the Electoral Commission and the governing National Democratic Congress.

Source: radioxyz

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