Nana Appiah Mensah
Nana Appiah Mensah

Prophet Cosmos Walker, the man who prophesized that Shatta Wale was going to die last year if prayers are not said for him, has another wild prophecy for Ghanaians and this time around it’s not a doom prophecy but a rather shocking one, we must say.

Prophet Cosmos Walker was in the news just yesterday after it was discovered that he made a prophecy about the Ethiopian plane crash in February and asked the world to pray for it to be averted.


In a new post, he made yesterday he’s said that God has revealed to him that, Nana Appiah Mensah, the embattled Menzgold CEO would become a vice president of Ghana.

His post on his Facebook page read:

“Future Ghana vice president,  Nana Appiah Mensah ” Nam1″. ” thou saith the Lord ” prophecy by  Prophet Cosmos Walker Affran. It is sealed.”


He didn’t give a timeline, so we can’t tell when this will happen but with all of the issues Menzgold is going through, we doubt it will be 2020, perhaps any period after 2020. There will be elections, in 2024, 2028, 2032, 2036 ……

In 2018 before Menzgold’s woes started, the people of Kasoa started a campaign, pleading with him to run for MP in the area, but NAM1 indicated back then that, he had no interest in politics at the moment, but hey a man is allowed to change his mind.

With a recent flyer making rounds on Social media which suggests Menzgold customers would get their money back on April 15th, it could somewhat be connected to this prophecy from Walker.


Anyways, we don’t have that third eye, so we will have to wait and see how things end up.



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