Kpembe Wura Babanye Ndefosu II urged the people of Kpembe, as well as the Ghanaian electorate, to turn out in their numbers on Election Day and vote massively
According to the Gonja Chief, who was enskinned in August this year, “when I look into the crystal ball, I can see victory for the NPP. I want to assure you that I am still a friend, and you can always depend on me. As I said, if God wants to do something, He begins from one. He has done it for me, and He will do it for you.”
Advising the NPP flagbearer not to depart from his issues-based campaign, he urged Nana Akufo-Addo to continue to “tell the people of Ghana what you will do for them. The people of Ghana are ready to hear from you, and I hope the next time we meet like this, you will be His Excellency, Nana Akufo-Addo.”
The Kpembe Wura made this known on Thursday, September 1, 2016, when Nana Akufo-Addo, together with national and regional party stalwarts, paid a courtesy call on him at his palace in Kpembe, in the Salaga South constituency of the Northern Region.
Kpembe Wura Babanye Ndefosu II was certain that “the Lord, God, is listening to what we are telling Him today. There isn’t so much talk. God has done it. I have seen it (an NPP victory) in my dreams. Shaking hands with you this evening, I have seen something you haven’t seen.”
He, thus, urged the people of Kpembe, as well as the Ghanaian electorate, to turn out in their numbers on Election Day and vote massively, stressing that “I predict nothing less than 53% victory for you.”
On his part, the NPP flagbearer thanked Kpembe Wura Babanye Ndefosu II for the warm reception afforded him, as well as his prediction of victory for him in this year’s election.
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“I am so happy to be here, and to be able to congratulate you personally on your ascension to this famous skin of your ancestors, since I was unable to be present at the ceremony of enskinment. I know from our long years of personal friendship what you have been through in order to get here. I pray for wisdom and God’s guidance for you, and I am sure that, by God’s grace, your reign will bring prosperity and progress to the people of Kpembe,” he said.