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Vicky Zugah will soon get a husband after begging the woman who cursed her – Prophet

Prophet Prince Elisha and Vicky Zugah

Over the weekend, we reported how Ghanaian actress Vicky Zugah was able to find and apologized to a certain woman whom Vicky snatched her husband some years ago.

The reconciliation was initiated by one man of God identified as Prophet Prince Elisha. According to the man of God, the woman invoked curses on Vicky Zugah as punishment for destroying her marriage with her romantic affair with the husband.

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The pastor told the lady to go plead for forgiveness else she will continue to suffer with bad relationships all the days of her life.

Well, the said man of God in an interview with SVTV Africa has said that Vicky Zugah will marry soon and everything shall be well with her.

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“Since the day we went to reverse the curse, I told Vicky, your life is now going to be upward-ness and forwardness. She will progress and be big, that’s number one. Her love for God and His things will increase. She will teach young ladies how to go about their life and be humble. Vicky will marry soon, get a good husband, that will help her and live a happy life,” he told DJ Nyaami.

When asked as to which will the actress find her ‘Mr. Right’, the founder and general overseer of Power Embassy International said; “Vicky will marry, I don’t know if it’s this year or next year, God didn’t reveal it to me but as and when God reveals it, I will tell her”

Watch the interview below;

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