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Founder and Leader of the Heaven’s Gate Ministries, Nicholas Osei, popularly known as Kumchacha has waded into conversations on the death prophecies about actor, Kwadwo Nkansah (Lilwin) and dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale saying the celebrated showbiz personalities will not die as prophesied.
A Kasoa-based prophet, Charles Dady, is reported to have prophesied that Shatta Wale would commit suicide out of frustration. His prophecy followed Shatta Wale’s threat to burn some churches if prophecies about his death by Prophet E. K. Mensah of the Christ Vision Prayer Ministry and Prophet Cosmos Walker Afram do not happen by December 2018.
Prophet Michael Kojo Poku of Fire Time Prayer Ministry was also reported to have said that death was hovering around Lilwin and “if prayer sessions are not organized for the actor, he may die prematurely.”
The report further quoted the prophet to have said that “Lilwin needs to pass through a powerful deliverance session with me to be freed from the spirits of death hanging around him.”
But speaking on the Weekend City Show, Kumchacha countered the prophecies.
“Lilwin and Shatta Wale will not die as prophesied because they are helpful to this country. We pray for them. We pray they have long life” he proclaimed.
Meanwhile, legal practitioner, Maurice Ampaw says the prophecy has affected Shatta Wale’s libido, Abrantepa.com reported earlier.
Making a submission on Radio Univers’ mid-morning show, Brunch2Lunch on Tuesday, the lawyer said death prophecies put persons in fear and affect their operations, hence, the need to sue.
“It takes a free mind to be able to get an erection,” he told host, Abrantepa.
“As I speak to you right now, Shatta Wale is not of himself… Ask Shatta Michy if Shatta Wale is able to perform in bed. His performance has reduced. He is undergoing mental shock and trauma. Although he has openly challenged the prophets, inwardly, he is afraid because nobody is comfortable with death. He can’t sleep.”
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