Popular Ghanaian Islamic Cleric, Numerologist, Philosopher who in 2015 and 2016 predicted accurately with numbers that Trump, Akufo-Addo and Buhari will win in past general elections has made shocking revelations about Ghana’s 2020 polls.
Mallam Sham-una Uztaz Jibril had earlier revealed that the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) is in a comfortable lead as far his assessment in the spiritual realm is concerned.
“I am yet to come out with the figures but in the spiritual data, the NDC and Mahama is leading in the 2020 polls”, Mallam Sham-una Ustaz Jibril revealed on Tamale-based Television station.
According to him, it is after computing the figures he will be able to determine by what margin former President John Dramani Mahama will win the 2020 polls.
“Former President John Dramani Mahama is leading but I need to back it by figures that is what I am still working on. The lead is from the spiritual realm. I do not see any runoff in 2020 but the figures will back that when I make them public”, he stated.
Well a latest revelation made by the Islamic scholar reveals that he has received a dream warning him against prosecuting Akufo-Addo in 2020.
He said in a post sighted by MyNewsGh.com “It was on the 7th September 2019 in the morning around 8:30am,when I dreamt and saw a small boy of 2 years of age with the face and structure of His Excellency Nana Akkufo-Addo the current president of the Republic of Ghana and the boy embraced me (Mallam Shamuna),pleading on behalf of His Excellency Nana Akkufo-Addo saying that, if I become a president Of Ghana I Mallam Shamuna should not touch Nana Akufo- Addo(Investigate),repeating that statement again and again. There I woke up from my dream.
However, I do not have any connection with politics entirely which is contrary to the dream. What are your opinions about the dream? NB: Almost a year ago someone dreamt that they conducted 2020 elections and one prestigious Mallam won the elections. When you compare it with the current dream it has a connection. Allah Knows best!”
Source : Ghanaweb.com