Prophet predicts three weeks nationwide blackout

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By Lorlornyofm May 12, 2017 05:48

Prophet predicts three weeks nationwide blackout

A prophet is predicting total blackout in the entire country for three weeks.

Prophet Jackson Kwadwo Adam maintained that the mysterious blackout which will leave the entire country without electricity will happen on Sunday, May 14, 2017.

The cause of the blackout, the man of God said will not be known but will generate chaos in the country.

“The youth will be agitated and will accuse the Akufo-Addo led government of incompetence. Some of the youth who cannot stand the heat will also storm various ministries to demand the issue to rectify” he told Adom FM Thursday.

This prophecy comes after the entire country was plunged into darkness on weeks ago as a result of a system failure.

The nation’s power producer, the Volta River Authority, transmitter GRIDCo and distributor Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) worked around the clock to restore the power the next dayProphet Jackson Adam revealed that God revealed this to him about a month ago but efforts to get government officials to relay the message has proven futile.

But this upcoming power outage, Prophet Jackson Adam said will be difficult for the power producers to resolve.

He said that God revealed this to him about a month ago but efforts to get government officials to relay the message has proven futile.

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The only solution to avert this nationwide blackout popularly known as dumsor is for President Akufo-Addo to confer with the three ex-presidents to a lasting solution.

Prophet Adams has put his life on the line should the supposed nationwide dumsor prophesy from God backfires.

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Source: Adomonline.com

 

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