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AFCON 2017: Black Stars ouster confirms Badu’s predictions



There are indications that one of the prophecies of the leader and founder of Glorious Waves Church International, Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi, has come to pass.

This is evident following the defeat of the Black Stars of Ghana at the 2017 African Cup of Nations (AFCON) semi-finals.

Kobi, during a 31st December Night service at his church last year, mentioned that Ghanaians will shed tears over the Black Stars.

True to his words, the 39th prophecy out of his 41-point 2017 predictions seems to have come true.

Below are prophecies of Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi”

1. The truth about U.S. presidential elections will be out within 4 months

2. The truth about Ghana presidential elections will be revealed this year

3. I see frequent fire outbreak all over Ghana. They should watch out

4. I see death on the increase

5. Children death will be on the increase

6. A chosen few will receive blessings so large they can hardly contain them

7. Many businesses will collapse

8. The incoming U.S President Donald Trump will face constant demonstrations

9. Things to get tougher in Ghana

10. I see fuel price rising and the masses helpless over it.

11. I see the return of ‘Dumsor’ (persistent, irregular and unpredictable electric power outages) coming back in Ghana

12. Many NDC politicians will go to jail in 2017

13. Cocaine business will rise in Ghana

14. Foreign interference in internal affairs of Ghana, mostly by America and Britain

15. Nigeria to have a new National Carrier, (an airplane that has Nigeria’s logo)

16. Most banks in Ghana will be hacked

17. 2017 will be a year full of disappointment for the wicked

18. It will be a year full of disgrace, but the chosen ones will be exempted

19. It’s a year full of regrets for many

20. Salaries will be reviewed in Ghana and it will affect many, negatively

21. The issue of Boko haram is not over in Nigeria, it will escalate in 2017

22. Terrorism will be on the increase

23. So many labour agitations in Ghana

24. I see the death of prominent pastors

25. We should pray for Prophet TB Joshua

26. President Buhari will be in and out of hospitals

27. Nigerians must pray

28. Ghana should pray for the health of the incoming leader

29. I see President Jacob Zuma facing a hard time, he could be removed.

30. Nigeria economy will go down, even more

31. Banks worldwide will go down

32. President Buhari is about to mourn

33. Ghana will face telecommunications crisis

34. Nigeria will be ungovernable in 2017

35. There will be infighting within the New government in Ghana

36. Nigeria’s PDP and the ruling APC will both experience break up in 2017

37. Africa will experience removal of presidents

38. Ghana’s NDC will experience in-fighting within the party

39. I see Ghanaian football fans shed tears over black stars

40. Many footballers will die, worldwide

41. 2017 is a year for Christians to flourish and prosper

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Contaminated Fuel: BOST fights back, says Minority call for investigation baseless, unfounded



The Bulk Oil Storage and Transportation Limited, BOST, may have found its voice at last over the sale of contaminated petroleum product to a private company, as it has lashed out at the Minority in Parliament for calling for a thorough investigation of the transaction.

It Managing Director, Alfred Boateng allegedly sold the five million litres of fuel to the company in a way that is not transparent.

BOST, however said the controversy over the sale of the contaminated fuel is just an attempt to distract its current management from the financial rot left behind by the former Managing Director of the company, Kingsley Kwame Awuah-Darko.

According to BOST, Kwame Awuah-Darko plunged it into about $300 million debt.

The Minority in Parliament, while calling for a thorough investigation of the current MD, also disclosed that the circumstances under which 5 million litres of contaminated fuel was dubiously sold has led to a GHc14.25 million loss to the state.

BOST, in a statement, however insisted that these issues were coming to light to frustrate the attempts by the current Managing Director to address the financial rot at the company.

“The Minority’s assertion that the MD of BOST should be interdicted is baseless and unfounded. It is a political plan to divert the new MD’s attention from dealing with the rot of his predecessor, Mr. Kingsley Kwame Awuah-Darko, which has left BOST with a debt close to $300,000,000″, the statement read in part.

Continuing, BOST noted that the rot included the diversion of GHc 40.5 million of company funds to a fictitious account currently under investigation.

It also listed the award of an overpriced contract of $39 million to construct the BOST head office complex and the award of another overpriced contract of $19 million to construct a pipeline from APD to Akosombo, both of which have been suspended.

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Contaminated fuel not yet in the market, NPA assures



The National Petroleum Authority, NPA, has assured Ghanaians that the contaminated fuel the Bulk Oil Storage and Transportation Limited (BOST) sold to Movenpiina and subsequently to Zup Oil has not hit the market yet.

According to the Acting Chief Executive Officer of the NPA, Alhassan Tampuli, who gave the assurance, the Authority has no reason to believe that some of the contaminated products have ended up in any of the retail outlets.

“Our investigations and preliminary report also indicates that, we don’t have any reason to believe that anything has been put into the market. We are still monitoring.”

It would be recalled that the Minority caucus in Parliament had called for a thorough investigation into the sale of the contaminated fuel and an immediate withdrawal of the product from the market.

However, the NPA boss, while speaking on Okay FM, said: “As at now, we do not have any reason to believe that some of the contaminated products have ended up in any retail outlet. We want to send that message clear to the general public so that the fear and panic out there will be completely debunked.”

On the silence from the NPA on the matter, Tampuli said, the NPA as the regulator is doing its investigation before addressing Ghanaians on the issue with BOST, insisting that his organisation would be the last to speak inspite all the information already available in the public domain.

Speaking further, the NPA boss said with the investigation done so far, it was established that BOST Managing Director, Alfred Boateng sold 5 million litres of contaminated petroleum products to a private company called Movenpinaa.

He however maintained that the 5 million litres of product is still in the custody of BOST except for the 18 trucks that have been moved out; revealing that out of the 18 trucks, 8 of the trucks are still with BOST PD Terminal.

“According to our tracking machines, 10 trucks have moved to a location operated by Zup Oil. We went to Zup Oil premises and we have seen what they have and we have taken a sample and we are yet to confirm the sample. We are also yet to confirm the volumes of products they have in order to ascertain whether or not some of the products have ended up as they are being alleged in the petroleum stations,” he disclosed.

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Abronye DC threatens to expose Lord Commey



The Brong Ahafo Regional Youth Organiser of the ruling New Patriotic Party, NPP, Kwame Baffoe, also known as Abronye DC, has threatened to expose the Director of Operations at the presidency, Lord Commey.

According to the controversial politician, he will give a detailed expose on Lord Commey if he fails to call his boys to order.

The Brong Ahafo youth organizer was reacting to a threat by a member of the Greater Accra Regional Organizers of the NPP, Kwabena Amoako, to expose Abronye DC if he does not stop drawing Lord Commey into his shady deals.

However, Abronye DC, in his response, demanded a retraction and apology of the comment by Kwabena Amoako, including claims that he was not appointed by the Chief of Staff, Frema Osei-Opare as a member of the task force to retrieve stolen state vehicles.

“I am giving him by the close of the day to either retract the statement or I will expose him and Lord Commey. I will start it right from your station”, he said in an interview on Okay FM.

He also clarified that he never said he was working under the authority of the Chief Staff, insisting that he embarked on his vehicle seizure backed by the provisions of Article 41 of the 1992 constitution as a citizen vigilante.

“I have not received any letter anyway but I said I based my work on Article 41 clause F as a citizen vigilante. It is based on my work that the Chief of Staff established the taskforce. I don’t know that Kwabena Amoako but I am daring him to prove those issues or I will blow his cover to affect Lord Commey since he has taken up the job as spokesperson for him. I don’t need to speak on radio or go about seizing cars to be popular. stated.

“People will hear of us tomorrow. If he goes to receive small money and is doing ‘boy boy’ work I will not engage in the kind of things he is doing. I do not beg to eat. I am daring him to open up or I will blow his cover and that of Lord Commey. I will strip him naked and it will affect Lord Commey if he fails to come out and expose me. I will speak my mind because he is rather forcing me to talk regardless of what will happen to the party because he does not know me. No party official can stop me. They see GHS200 and think everything is ok for them”, he fumed.

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