World Cup 2022: Nigerian Spiritualist Reveals One African Team That Will Do Well in Qatar

World Cup 2022: Nigerian Spiritualist Reveals One African Team That Will Do Well in Qatar

  • Ghana will begin their quest for the World Cup trophy when they take on Portugal in their opening group game
  • The Black Stars edged Nigeria to the ticket, having qualified for the global showpiece following the away goals rule
  • A spiritualist has revealed that the West African nation will do the continent proud at the tournament

As African teams begin their campaign at the 2022 FIFA World Cup, a Nigerian spiritualist, Prophet Useh, has ‘revealed' that Ghana will spring surprises.

While the Teranga Lions of Senegal lost their opening game to the Netherlands, Tunisia played a goalless draw with Denmark in their first match of the competition.

Ghana will begin their quest at the Mundial against European powerhouse Portugal, led by five-time Ballon d’Or striker Cristiano Ronaldo.

Ghana, Black Stars, World Cup, Qatar
Ghana have been tipped to do well at the 2022 FIFA World Cup. Photo: KHALED DESOUKI
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Prophet Useh disclosed that the Black Stars have found favour in the eyes of the gods and will go farther than many expected them. He told NPFL Updates:

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"He who has ear should hear, Ghana is going far at the World Cup- they will surprise the world for they have found favour in the eyes of the gods.
"Many will be surprised because the Africans will stand tall and be counted in Qatar."

Speaking on whether the World Covetous Title will come to Africa this year, Prophet Useh, stated that the gods are yet to speak on that. He added:

"For now, the gods are silent on whether the World title will come to Africa. One thing is clear, Africa will be counted."

Ghana will kick off their World Cup campaign against Portugal on Thursday; fingers are crossed as to whether the Africans who go into the game as underdogs will pull a miracle.

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Sulley Muntari visits Black Stars

Meanwhile, former Ghana midfielder Sulley Muntari paid a visit to the Black Stars team ahead of their opening Group H game against Portugal.

The 37-year-old, who has not played for the Black Stars since 2014, was in camp to inspire the players ahead of tonight's game.

In photos posted on social media, the former Inter Milan star interacted with the players as they prepare to face Portugal.

Source: Sports Brief News