Mahama Would Have Won The Elections If It Had Been Held In November – Sheikh Jibril Ustaz
The renowned Ghanaian Islamic Cleric, Numerologist, Philosopher, Psychologist and a Spiritual hacker, Sheikh Shamuna Ustaz Jibreel who corrected the outcome of the 2016 Presidential elections has revealed that the outcome would have been different if the elections had been held in November.
The Islamic cleric who has gained international recognition as a result of his accurate prediction of the elections in Nigeria and the United States of America says President John Dramani Mahama would have been victorious if the elections were held on November 7.
Speaking on Paul Adom Otchere’s Good Evening Ghana show on Tuesday, the cleric who uses numbers in predicting the outcome of elections said Mahama would have been victorious because he was born in November and so he would have been ahead of Nana Akufo-Addo in the spiritual realm.
Sheikh Ustaz Sham-una Jibril before the elections predicted that the flagbearer of the NPP, Nana Akufo-Addo would emerge victorious with a percentage of 53.47% whilst his closest rival, John Dramani Mahama would get 44.96%, a prediction that many people pooh-poohed.
“In the Spiritual rhyme the original figure of Nana Addo and the NPP is 58% while the Political figure is 53.47% to this end, a lay man on the street will be confuse (sic).
“What I am trying to put across is that due to some electoral malpractice and In- vigilant of the opposition parties instead of scoring 58% as written on the Spiritual tablet, It will reduce to 53.47% so also instead of Mahama and the NDC scoring 37.84% it will shoot to 44.96%.”