Badu Kobi AGAIN – Says Akufo-Addo Is Struggling to Run the Country Because He’s An Akyem

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Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi has decided that making tribalistic comments is the way forward for him now, no matter what everyone else says.

After his attack on women of the Ashanti, Ewe and Fanti tribes, Badu Kobi has refused to apologize and every chance he gets, he rather makes more tribalistic comments.

In his latest salvo, Badu Kobi has slammed the President. According to him, President Nana Addo is suffering to rule because he’s an Akyem, and Akyems have no understanding of the spiritual realm.

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“Look at how the Akyem is struggling to manage Ghana because they don’t understand spiritual things. I said this publicly, he will suffer more than this. We don’t manage by books, we manage by revelation,” Badu Kobi said.

“These things, maybe only a man like Badu Kobi can say it. I was sent to say it and I will say it for my master and when I finish it, I die in dignity. This is my answer to my ignorant critics…

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‘When you don’t understand tribal bloodline issues and is said by a spiritual man, don’t argue or talk. Whether you are a President, Pastor, Bishop, Minister of State, common radio presenter or an ordinary citizen because it takes only a spiritual man to voice out what natural men can’t say.” he bragged.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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