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Akuffo Addo’s visit to Qatar, cause of Black Stars failure at the World Cup – Prophet Badu Kobi



Founder and Leader of Glorious Wave Church International, Prophet Badu Kobi has accused President Akuffo Addo’s visit to the Black Stars last month of being the cause of Black Stars failure to perform at the ongoing World Cup 2022.

This comes after a failed prophecy by the man of God which he said Black Stars would defeat their long time enemies Uruguay and qualify to the round of 16.

“A Prophetic Message from GOD Through Prophet Dr. Emmanuel Badu Kobi Ahead of Black Star’s Game Tomorrow.

“Ghana will not lose tomorrow’s match to South Korea, but Ghanaians must not engage in betting for this upcoming match. God’s words the football match are not for betting. God bless Ghanaians”. He wrote on his Facebook wall.

Reacting to this, the popular prophet has blamed president Akuffo Addo of being a bad luck after his visit to Black Stars in Qatar.

In a video circulating on social media, prophet Badu Kobi said;

“Last thursday, Ghana was going to play Portugal at 12:30, I got a revelation again before the match. I saw the leader of the nation who has gone to watch the match and it’s not a good thing. The first thing is that, the first signal for your lost is that your leadership shouldn’t have gone to Qatar. Let me say this only, anytime Ghana will go for anything which will bring a competition, he should not go there, it’s not a good signal for the nation”.

Ghana lost their third group match to Uruguay by 0-2.

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Uruguay’s unfruitful pursuit for a third goal against Ghana, in view of South Korea beating Portugal, 2-1, sealed their tear-jerking fate – they were going home together with the West Africans.

The last time the two had met was on Friday, 2 July 2010, in Johannesburg, South Africa, where again Ghana misplayed a penalty – prompted by a handball by Suarez – and forfeited the glorious position of being the first Africans to make it to the semi-finals of the global game.