Founder of Hezekiah Apostolic Prayer Ministry, Apostle Kwabena Owusu Adjei, is giving flag bearer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), John Mahama, a final admonition about any attempt to forego choosing Leslie Mensah Tamakloe, an entrepreneur who hails from the Volta region and of late President Rawlings’ line, as his running mate for the upcoming general elections of December 7.
Failure to do this will push the umbrella family into a woeful defeat in the 2024 election.
The numerologist and pastor, Apostle Adjei, notes that the calendars of 1996 and 2024 are the same, and just as Rawlings had some 57% in the 1996 elections, Mr. Mamaha stands commanding victory should he do things right.
Read the statement below
THE MYSTERY OF 1996 AND 2024 AND THE 4 JOHNS
AND THE DATE 13TH OF JANUARY. WHY 13TH JANAURY?
2024 which adds up to 8 is a year of new beginnings. Two things are unique about 2024: first, it’s a leap year, and second, it has the same calendar as 1996. The year 2024, like 1996, will have 366 days and start on a Monday, thus repeating each corresponding date.
In 1996 the first John was contesting the Presidency for the last time and the last John or the 4th John was contesting the Parliamentary election for the first time.
As the 1996 calendar repeats the last John like the first John is contesting the Presidential elections for the last time.
Who won the 1996 election in Ghana?
After falling out with the then vice president, the late Kow Nkensen Arkaah in 1996, former President Rawlings plucked John Atta Mills from obscurity to partner him in the 1996 general elections.
But when you tell John Mahama from Northern region to pick Leslie Mensah Tamakloe a Voltarian from obscurity to partner him in the 2024 general elections you will hear all kinds of excuses.
In the presidential elections, incumbent Jerry Rawlings of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) was re-elected in a single round, defeating John Kufuor of the Great Alliance (led by Kufuor’s New Patriotic Party) with 57% of the vote. The NDC retained its majority in Parliament. This is what the NDC is throwing away for God knows what? And my God the God of Bethel [Genesis 31:13] says John Mahama the seed of Nkrumah and Leslie Tamakloe the seed of Rawlings will also produce 57% John Mahama was first elected to the Parliament of Ghana in the 1996 elections to represent the Bole/Bamboi Constituency for a four-year term.
In April 1997 under Jerry John Rawlings, Mahama was appointed Deputy Minister of Communications. Jerry John Rawlings promoted him to the post of Minister of Communications in November 1998, serving in that post until January 2001, when the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) handed over power to the New Patriotic Party’s government.
But before this could happen in 1996 John Kufuor who represents the Busia Tradion partnered Aarkaah the vice President an Nkrumahist. Kufour lost the JJR by 57% but when JJR was not eligible to contest again Kufuor came with Alui with support from the Nkrumah groups and Rawlings handed power to Kufuor after he returned from a visit to the Scottish Parliament. John Kufuor Buried Nkrumah’s wife Fathia in 2007 at the tail end of his career.
In 2012 Nana Akufo Addo who represents the Dankwa Tradition befriended the former President the strong man of the NDC. Akufo Addo and Bawumiah representing Dombo lost the JDM by 47% but when JDM wanted to contest again Nana Addo came with Bawumiah with support from the Rawlings groups and JDM handed power to Nana Addo and Bawumiah after JDM returned from a visit to the Scottish Parliament as happened to JJR in 1996. Akufo Addo buried Rawlings in 2020 also at the tail end of his political Career.
THE GREAT BETRAYAL
The NDC were badly exposed by the cables published by the whistleblower website, WikiLeaks over a meeting Former Head of
Communications of the NDCs Transition Team Hannah Tetteh had with the United States Ambassador to Ghana, Donald G. Teitelbaum on January 13 2009. Which was the 37th anniversary of the overthrow of President Edward Akuf Addo. 2009 was also the Centenary of Nkrumah!
But what is striking is the revelation of an agenda that has been tactfully implemented using President John Atta Mills and Vice President John Mahama since the NDC assumed office in 2009 till this date Saturday 13th January 2024.
According to the cable, Ms Hannah Tetteh told the US ambassador in a meeting on 13th January 2009 (only six days in office) that the NDC hopes to bring into its fold some minority parties. She indicated that the NDC would start by courting the CPP and PNC members of parliament (MPs) to sit with the NDC in Parliament; a plan that was achieved half way (Hon. Samia Nkrumah of then of the CPP refused but the PNC agreed).
But here is the real evil that has brought untold difficulties for the NDC.
- Ms. Hannah Tetteh also confided in Ambassador Teitelbaum that the
NDC would no more be a Rawlings Political Tradition but an Nkrumaist Tradition.
She virtually denounced Article 6 of the NDC
Constitution which indicates that the Party was established on the Vision and Leadership of President Rawlings. By that denouncement, the party would then drift from its original principles and values (probity, accountability and social justice) to reviving the failed principles of the CPP.
Ms Hannah Tetteh was very confident of the agenda even though she admitted President Rawlings would be the obstacle. She then said that the Party will project President Mills and Vice President Mahama as true CPP by tracing to their old school days. She also claimed that the NDC will be depicted as the rightful claimant to Nkrumaism.
This probably explains why all the CPP senior Journalist re-grouped to fight President Rawlings on behalf of President Mills, Vice President John Mahama and the NCP elements within the NDC.
In the concluding part of this cable which is Ambassador Teitelbaum’s comment, Ms. Hannah Tetteh boldly told the Ambassador that they would tame President Rawlings and make him insignificant in order to make the NDC a CPP tradition.
But the late Former President Rawlings reminded Ghanaians to recognise our heroes and learn to give them their due within our sociocultural climate.
In a statement issued on the commemoration of the Centenary of Osagyefo Dr Kwame Nkrumah, the former President said the ideals of Ghana’s first President and what he stood for cannot be wished away.
President Rawlings said Kwame Nkrumah’s strength of character in leading the liberation struggle and fighting colonialism was a great and commendable journey. The struggle against neo-colonialism and the negative side of globalisation is however proving to be a harder and more difficult battle.
“Ghana has seen political metamorphoses since December 31, 1981[PNDC then NDC] – a journey started by Nkrumah in the 1950s but derailed by self-seekers who did not appreciate Nkrumah’s vision and demonised every aspect of his leadership.
“What Ghana needs are bold leaders who have absolute faith, trust and respect for the judicial consciousness of our people.
Leaders who believe in true justice and freedom. Leaders who believe in empowering the people as they fashion out policies that will improve their lot. Leaders who will create equal opportunities for wealth while ensuring that there is absolute probity and accountability.
So if from 31st December 1981 through the PNDC and finally to the NDC the journey started by Nkrumah in the 1950s but derailed by selfseekers who did not appreciate Nkrumah’s vision and demonised every aspect of his leadership is being continued.
So why will some CPP senior Journalist re-group to fight President Rawlings on behalf the NCP elements within the NDC.
All this was done to tame President Rawlings and make him insignificant in order to make the NDC a CPP tradition?
In the book titled “Working with Rawlings”, Prof Ahwoi, disclosed that he and other NDC members later groomed some young NDC communicators to tame Rawlings, who gave the late President John Atta Mills a tough time during his tenure as President, with his scathing attacks.
John Mahama served as Vice President of Ghana from January 2009 to July 2012, and took office as president on 24 July 2012 following the death of his predecessor, John Evans Fiifi Attah Mills.
NDC Founder and former President, Flt Lt Jerry John Rawlings then says his criticism of the party is always done with deep pain, but failure to do so will be a betrayal of the people who held the party up and gave it a life.
The former President made the call when over 100 former party executives called on him to encourage him to join the campaign trail to ensure victory for the NDC in the December 2012 elections.
In an address read on behalf of the group by Alhaji Abdallah Ahmed Abdallah aka Alhaji PMC, the former executives said: “…Our campaign machinery cannot fly without your involvement. We have witnessed our campaigns in the past and can say without fear or favour that your absence on the trail is not a good development.
The party founder in response said: “I have in recent public statements expressed my desire to see the NDC win the 2012 election and have also expressed the feeling that John Mahama has brought some sense of hope to the NDC.”
This was the very last campaign Jerry John Rawlings did for the NDC John Mahama was elected after December 2012 election to serve as full-time President.
Jerry Rawlings, also held the view that the late President Mills’s demise gave the National Democratic Congress (NDC) the needed boost to win the 2012 general elections.
“If God hadn’t invited him, NDC would have gone to opposition. It was terrible. The climate was really bad for us. It was his departure that gave NDC a saving grace and to John but I think he could have done much better for us.”
H. E. John Mahama contested re-election for a second term in the 2016 election, but lost to the New Patriotic Party candidate Nana AkufoAddo, in 2016.
As the BIG 6 History repeats itself………..
Again the charismatic founder of the NDC and former president, Jerry John Rawlings, was notably absent from the NDC 2016 campaign for reasons best known to the party executives.
It is no secret that he and Mahama did not get along.
But keeping the charismatic Rawlings, who is still widely popular, even today though he may be dead, off the campaign trail cost the NDC. Indeed, his absence was one of the reasons for the poor voter turnout in the Volta region, Rawlings’ home state.
We even heard Nana Addo thank Rawlings and Tsikata for their advice which helped him beat John Mahama in 2016.
NDC FIX THE LEAKAGE BEFORE THE BOAT RACE
Psalm 11:3 says: When the foundations are being destroyed, what can the righteous do?”
Now according to Obed Asamaoh a founding father of the NDC there were three reasons the PNDC promoted a party that became known as the NDC.
The First: it would be the means by which the legacy of the Revolution would be protected, secondly: which is very interesting- there was the need to save the country from returning to the fra-tri-cidal conflicts generated by the Nkrumahist and Danquah–Busia political divide.
Against this position was a rebellious group, led by Ato Ahwoi, Kwamena Ahwoi, Kofi Totobi-Quakyi and Ato Austin of the Nkrumahist stock, Ato Austin having been the leader of the Youth Wing of the PNP of Dr. Hilla Limann, President of the Third Republic. Strangely all seem to come from the Central Region.
They argued that after the ban on party politics was lifted, if that was the intention of PNDC government, any member of government who wished to do politics could return to his or her former political family.
President Rawlings preferred for the people to choose between party and no party political systems, not being particularly enamored of party politics. He was not vociferous about it and he did not insist on acceptance of his ideas.
Crucially, Capt. Tsikata supported Obed Asamaoh’s position and he, together with Mr. Justice Annan, persuaded the others to fall in line. So NDC this is your foundation.
DO YOU KNOW WHY NDC LOST THE 2020 ELECTION?
The Lord, the God of Bethel, who declares the end from the beginning, and from ancient times what is still to come, after the death of Amissah Arthur instructed me to inform H. E. John Dramani Mahama not to take a running mate from the Central Region, but he was to go to the Volta Region for his Running mate.
I even supplied him with his date of birth in order for him to recognize him, ‘18 of April 1957’ was the date. I also warned NDC by the word of God that the founder was going to move on and NDC needed the Rawlings factor to win the 2020 elections.
Instead of the ‘18 of April 1957’ Voltarain H. E. John Mahama introduced Prof. Opoku-Agyemang to the founder of the NDC, Jerry John Rawlings, on Thursday, July 17, 2020.
According to Mr Rawlings, prior to the announcement, he was informed by John Mahama that the party’s hierarchy had settled on Prof. Opoku Agyemang.
“If this was the case. then there was no reason to stand against it even though I had a few others in mind,” Mr. Rawlings said.
Then the following month in August it became known that the foreword of the controversial “Working with Rawlings” book by Kwamena Ahwoi, was interestingly written by the party’s 2020 running mate Professor Jane Naana Opoku Agyemang.
The late Former President Jerry John Rawlings before his death served notice to Kwamena Ahwoi and his likes who he said have “callous agenda” and are “desperately seeking control of the NDC party” which he says faces collapse and may drown on the words of those in authority of the party if care is not taken.
In a Facebook post, Rawlings made some allusions that some people including Professor Kwamena Ahwoi from the Central Region are ‘seeking control of the NDC party.’
This is the same rebellious group of PNDC government, led by Ato Ahwoi, Kwamena Ahwoi, Kofi Totobi-Quakyi and Ato Austin of the Nkrumahist stock, who argued that after the ban on party politics, any member of government who wished to do politics could return to his or her former political family. Strangely all seem to come from the Central Region.
Editor-in-Chief of the New Crusading Guide Newspaper, Kweku Baako Jnr, was of the view that National Democratic Congress’ (NDC) stalwart, Prof. Kwamena Ahwoi‘s ‘Working with Rawlings’ book is wrongly timed.
According to Mr Baako, the timing of the publication has a likelihood of messing the party up, especially as the country heads to the 2020 December polls.
“Ahwoi is a very strategic, intelligent and sharp person and I’ve asked myself about the timing of the release,” he said.
Abdul Malik Kweku Baako, believes the timing of the release of Professor Kwamena Ahwoi’s book is a ”strategic miscalculation from a strategic mind”.
He told host Kwami Sefa Kayi that some NDC members and leadership are not enthused about the release of the book.
”If you’re an NDC member, you will feel very uncomfortable with the contents of this book, particularly the timing of its release. It’s an election campaign season and out there is a political opposition to the NDC in varied forms including the ruling NPP. And you can’t blame any political analyst or animal or activist or politician who decides to capitalize on inadequacies or controversial portions and things of the book and play with it. This a free space; a democratic space.”
To him, what is more worrying to the NDC is that the book is coming from Prof. Ahwoi, who he described as a ”very strategic mind. Make no mistake about it, (he is) very intelligent. I’ve huge respect for his political experience and intellectual prowess”.
RESULT: Ghana’s incumbent president Nana Addo Akufo-Addo was declared winner of the country’s 2020 presidential election.
Akufo Ado had polled 51.59 per cent as against main opposition candidate John Mahama’s 47.36 per cent of votes.
This should be a lesson to the NDC that when Jerry John Rawlings the Founder of NDC from Anloga in the Volta Region passes away in a twin year of 2020 an Election year, 50 days after the death of his mother, No, man or woman from Central Region replaces him? He must be replaced with an Anloga Man! So why did John Mahama and the NDC disobey the word of the Lord?
The then General Secretary of (NDC), Johnson Asiedu Nketia, said the book by Prof Kwamena Ahwoi, will not have any effect on the party’s fortunes in the general elections in December 2020. But it did.
On 13th January 2020 there was the historic visit of the Chief Imam, Sheikh Osmanu Nuhu Sharubutu to the Okyenhene, Osagyefuo Amoatia Ofori Panin at the Ofori Panin Fie, Kyebi.
Prior to this on 23 Aug 2018 — The Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, made history by storming the Akyem Abuakwa Traditional Area breaking a 300 year Taboo amidst the declaration: “Asante and Akyem are one”.
The founder and leader of Ultimate Charismatic Centre Prophet Akwasi Agyemang Prempeh has He said the 2020 elections was an election of compassion.
According to him, the 2020 polls was about the invocation of the spirit of late Professor Atta-Mills and the contention of the spirit of late President Rawlings.
He said the invocation of the spirit of late Mills was done as a condition to bring honour to him by bringing someone from the Central Region. [In the person of Prof. Jane Naana Opoku Agyemang, Instead of Leslie Mensah Tamakloe, the seed of Jerry John Rawlings born 18th April 1957 an Anlo man from the Volta Region]
The man of God said everything was alright until all of a sudden, the late President within the spiritual realm was consulted and told the NDC that he was not at peace, so he could not honour their appeasement.
If 1996 is playing itself in 2024 then the Rawlings factor is needful for the NDC to win the 2024 elections.
According to Ephesians 6:1–3 Honoring your father and mother’— is the first commandment with a promise: ‘so that it may be well with you and you may live long on the earth’”. And according to John 10:35b the scripture cannot be broken;
So therefore until the NDC honor the late Founder of the party it will not go well with them in during the 2024 elections and they can never return to power.
If they have problems bringing on board Osagyefo Dr. Leslie Mensah
Tamakloe then it is better that the current Flagbaerer H. E. John Dramani Mahama steps down for new primaries to be conducted.
For Osagyefo Leslie Mensah Tamakloe, the seed of Jerry John Rawling’s has the NDC Victory Key in his bosom since 29th September 2018 and the current General Secretary Hon. Fifi Kwetey is a witness.
Review the story of the BIG 6 and Flagstaff House/ Nigerian parttern and 29th borns.
President JA Kufuor once said “In Ghana, some people [NDC] know the cost of everything but the value of nothing” – he was referring to the NDC
The Flagbearer of the NDC Former President John Kwame Dramani
Mahama addressing the Volta Regional House of Chiefs in Ho on
Friday January 12, said NDC will Set Up a Presidential Electoral Taskforce To Protect the Presidential ballots on December 7 2024. He can do all that and more but without the Voltarian born on the 18th of April 1957, Osagyefo Dr. Leslie Mensah Tamakloe the seed of Rawlings the NDC will lose the 2024 elections irrespective of what they do.
JUBILEE HOUSE OR FLAGSTAFF HOUSE
Samuel Koku Anyidoho January 13, 1971, at the 37 Military Hospital in Accra.
Mr Anyidoho is alleged to have remarked on Happy FM on Monday, 26 March that: “On January 13, 1972, a certain Col Ignatius Kutu Acheampong led a movement that removed the Progress Party (PP) from power.
“Busia was the Prime Minister and Akufo-Addo’s father was a ceremonial President. Somebody should tell Nana Akufo-Addo that history has a very interesting way of repeating itself.
“There’ll be a civil revolt. There will be a people’s movement. During President John Mahama’s tenure, didn’t we receive similar threats from the likes of Let My Vote Count and OccupyGhana?
“There will be a civilian coup d’etat; there’ll be a social revolution and the movement is starting on Wednesday. He [Akufo-Addo] will be fed up at the Presidency.”
3 days later President Akufo Addo renamed the seat of government to Golden Jubilee House on 29 March 2018 which was 74th birthday. . Built Golden Jubilee house by John Kufuor and renamed Flagstaff House by the Mills and Mahama Administration in 2009.