Bishop Stephen Akwasi, alias Jesus Ahoufe, a prominent Ghanaian prophet, foretold that dancehall performer Shatta wale, true name Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jr, would be shot a few weeks ago.
On Tuesday, September 28, he gave this doomsday prediction during an interview on Accra FM.
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He compared Shatta Wale’s prophecy to the killing of Lucky Dube, a South African reggae musician who was shot and killed in the Johannesburg suburb of Rosettenville on October 18, 2007.
Jesus Ahuofe and Shatta Wale
Jesus Ahuofe and Shatta Wale “A major tragedy would strike Ghana on October 18, 2021,” he predicted.
“Ghanaians should pray for our musicians, particularly dancehall artists. In my vision, I saw that someone had died.” “ On October 18, 2007, a similar occurrence occurred in South Africa (Lucky Dube), and the same thing is about to happen in Ghana.
The individual is a well-known Ghanaian dancehall artist.” “In the spiritual dimension, I saw that he was attacked by armed robbers and was shot dead,” he said of how the tragedy would unfold.
He also disclosed Shatta Wale’s initial name and cautioned him that unless he seeks the face of God, he will meet an untimely demise.
“He needs to seek the advice of a godly man who can pray for him and redeem him.” While praying, I noticed this, but in Ghana, if you prophecy, you will be attacked. [Referring to Shatta Wale], his first name is Charles.
He should take his prayers seriously because he will die on October 18, 2021. He should go to a powerful preacher to seek God’s face.” Social media users chastised Jesus Ahuofe for making such a “reckless prophecy.”
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