Not long ago,Prophet Stephen Kwadwo Adom prohesized that one of Ghana’s Dancehall artist, Charles Nii Armah Mensah, popularly known as Shatta Wale was going to die by motor accident on the 24th December 2018.
This prophesy didn’t go well with the fans and lovers of Shatta Wale and the Dancehall artist himself.
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Most Ghanaians today are worried over false prophecies recently as the death of Ebony Reigns was also by prophecy but the said date for the disaster was not disclosed. Many Ghanaians however believed that men of God today are taking advantage of the death prophecy of the late songstress to advertise themselves by giving false prophecies on trending artistes in the country.
As it stands now, these prophets have only devised a means to cause fear and panic with the ultimate of filling their bellies and pockets.
Recall that some Ghanaian prophets predicted Shatta Wale would die before the year ends. Although we have few days to end the year, it’s obvious we cannot take them serious.
Prophet Stephen Kwadwo Adom stormed the internet with his own fragment of the doom sequel, saying; “God said I should tell Shatta Wale that if he is not very careful and cautious, he will be involved in an accident in December and die.”
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Well, it’s good other men of God poured cold water on their colleagues who made some of these predictions and took them to the cleaners for their unbiblical mannerisms.
We thank God Shatta Wale is still alive, that’s the most important thing. Shatta Wale is alive and kicking and twitting performances of his colleague artists on his twitter timeline as well.
— SHATTA WALE (@shattawalegh) December 23, 2018
Oilcitytoday woke up this morning witnessing Shatta Wale giving a strong message showing he is alive and promises to do what he promised to do if he didn’t die.