In a religious country like Ghana, prophecies about the outcome of elections form a major part of the country’s election season.
Some men of God have made it their duty to prophecy who will emerge victorious after the polls; while some see visions in favour of the NPP, others also predict victory for the NDC.
According to them, these are direct messages from God.
Considering their conflicting nature, which of these conflicting messages does the average Ghanaian choose to believe?
Joy News’ Kwesi Parker Wilson seeks to find answers to the question in the latest Hotline documentary, The Politics of Prophecies.