– Shatta Wale has waded into the prophecy debate in Ghana
– The dancehall artiste in a post on Facebook accused President Akufo-Addo for doing nothing about the current of doom prophecies by some pastors
Dancehall artiste Charles Nii Armah Mensah, popularly known as Shatta Wale, has made his own prophecy about churches and ‘fake’ pastors in the country. The “My Level” hit maker recently held a thanksgiving service, where he pulled a massive crowed to the Mantse Agbonaa park in Accra. However, earlier in 2018, one prophet weirdly prophesied that he could die before the year ends.
In a video that went viral on social media, the so-called man of God revealed the prophesy while preaching to his congregation. In one of his prophesies, he mentioned Shatta Wale’s name, saying if the artiste doesn’t take care he will join the list of celebrities who have died in recent times. “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,” the prophet said.
But responding to this, Shatta Wale, who survived the year unscathed, said his prophecy to all pastors who prophesy doom on the lives of others is that God doesn’t sleep.
In a Facebook post, the Zylofon media signee said he is surprised that President Akufo-Addo has been silent about the spate of prophets prophesying doom. “My prophecy about churches. God nuh sleep … Shatta Wale. They wanted me to do this to say I don’t respect and will force the police to arrest me .. It’s a shame the president of this country is watching all this from this fake people calling themselves men of God .. Ghana is a stupid village ..Yez I said it,” Shatta Wale wrote. It would be recalled that Shatta Wale threatened to burn down the churches of those ‘fake’ pastors who predicted his death should he survive till the end of the year. However, his latest comments suggest he will not be carrying out his threat.