‘Akufo-Addo will ‘fight’ Bawumia’


    Controversial Reggae musician, Blakk Rasta,  has prophesied a future rift between President Nana Akufo-Addo and the Vice President, Dr.Mahamudu Bawumia.

    In an interview on Accra-based Starr FM, Blakk Rasta said he sees new things every day and it’s getting deeper and deeper.

    “I know that there is going to be a problem between the president and the vice President. There is going to be a very big division between the president and the vice president and it’s going to happen .

    “The vice president is going to be  accused of doing other things aside his thing.. I saw it while I was in the United States and I saw it again when I came to Ghana. There will be serious issues between Nana Akufo-Addo and Bawumia. I just pray and hope that they sit down and think about what effect it is going to have on the country.

    Blakk Rasta claimed that last year, he  prophesied that: “There is going to be two plane crashes; one is going to happen in Accra that no one will die but the other one to occur in Kumasi will leave a lot losing their lives but all we have to do is to pray against it.

    “We are also going to have a big shock in Parliament this year if we don’t pray. A parliamentarian may lose his life. My life has become more spiritual, there are so many prophesies I could have given you, let’s hold it down but finally there is going to be terrible flood in Venezuela this year. If the God that I serve is a lying God then call me a liar.”

    Blakk Rasta however added that it is not everything that “you say will happen comes to pass”.

    “It’s not everything that you say will happen that happens, to be forewarned is to be forearmed. When you are told something and you take the right steps and work on them, but whatever I say and by the grace of the almighty upon my head,  if it doesn’t happen you see the smoke, the splitters of it.  if I said  a plane will crash  and ten people are going to die and you pray seriously,  the plane will crash but probably only one person will die or nobody will die”.