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There Will Be 105% Hardship in First Half of 2019 – Prophet Badu Kobi

Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi, founder and leader of Glorious Wave Church International, has revealed the coming 2019 will be a very hard time for Ghanaians, with hardships increasing to over a 100 percent.

Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi, speaking in an interview with DJ Advicer on Happy FM’s Ayekoo After Drive, said, “There will be 105 percent hardship for the first part of 2019, from January to June. Things are going to be very difficult, people will suffer.”

“Things won’t go well with Ghanaians at all. Lots of Jobs will collapse for people to lose their jobs. Ghanaians will cry and be asking about what is going on.”

He refrained from commenting on the said hardships because majority of Ghanaians are foolish.

“I know of the problem but I won’t talk again, I won’t talk again at all because I used to think that I was talking to wise people but I have noticed that majority of them are foolish so I won’t teach them again,” he added.

“This is the prophecy God has revealed to me concerning next year. The hardship will be unbearable for Ghanaians,” he foretold.

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