According to him, soothsayers, mallams and pastors have said it is his time to rule over Ghanaians.

Speaking on Accra-based Adom FM, he said "I'm very grateful for the opportunity. Tell my other colleagues to step down for me. Soothsayers, mallams say it’s my time and even pastors have confirmed that it’s my time so they should give me the opportunity to the rule the country. I have a special place for them."

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Followers of Stephen Atubiga on Tuesday, December 4, picked up nomination forms for the presidential hopeful.

The followers who are said to be from the onion market in Accra arrived at the party headquarters with a bundle of cash amounting to GH¢20,000 as payment for the forms.

He described himself as the man for the people to save Ghana.