The man of God speaking with Kwabena Agyapong on Rainbow Radio's Eboboba, said, these men are working against the chances of the former attorney general who is contesting on the ticket of the party for the third time.
He revealed that, victory awaits Nana Akufo Addo in the 2016 presidential election.
According to him, come what may, Nana Akufo Addo would be declared as president after the December 7, election.
Nana Addo he said is the destined candidate to transform this country and should Ghanaians listen to the voice of God, we will see total transformation in the country.
He debunked claims that, he was a stooge of the NPP hence his prophecy.
He said, he was only delivering to Ghanaians what God has revealed to him and not any political party.
''Three strong stalwarts of the NPP will not witness the reign of Nana Akufo. Mark it on the wall. They are going to die. What is going to happen will be serious. God has ordained Akufo Addo as President, victory awaits him and if you want that victory to elude him, then you will have to go.''
When asked to mention the names, he said, if i mention the names, we will be in serious trouble so pardon me, i will not mention the names. When asked further if those three strong stalwarts of the party were against the victory of the NPP's candidate, he said, ''everything is in God's hands, and if you want to put asunder the victory God has purposed for Nana Addo, then you will have to go, to ensure that his [Nana Addo's] victory comes to pass... We don't hate anyone and so, let those that have ears, hear,'' he posited.
Nana Akufo-Addo is contesting the presidential election for the third time after he contested in 2008 and 2012 respectively.
He lost to the late President Mills who also won on the third attempt in 2008 but died while in office in 2012.
He again lost to candidate Mahama who represented the party in 2012.
The results was contested at the Supreme Court for 8 months, after which, President Mahama was reaffirmed as President. Nana Addo although disagreed with the ruling, accepted defeat.