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“SHATTA WALE WILL NOT DIE”: LAWRENCE TETTEH

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Recently, prophets in Ghana seem to have more visions of doom than blessings. Well, one has a doom prophecy for dancehall musician Shatta Wale.

Recently, prophets in Ghana seem to have more visions of doom than blessings. Well, one has a doom prophecy for dancehall musician Shatta Wale.

A video on Instagram shows a pastor prophesying to his congregation. Among his prophecies was one meant for Shatta Wale.

He said, “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.”

He also said four major accidents involving Yutong buses will occur on the Accra-Kumasi road. This he attributed to politicians, specifically a particular political party.

Spirit realm

The prophecies bring up painful memories of when pastors emerged to claim that they saw Ebony’s death coming. With the frequency at which death prophecies are doled out in this country, and especially against musicians, one no longer feels safe.

However, the worldwide evangelist Dr Lawrence Tetteh has said that controversial dancehall artiste Shatta Wale will not die as declared by the prophet.

According to Dr Tetteh, he has not “seen” Shatta Wale dying in the spirit realm as predicted.

He had the privilege of travelling with Shatta Wale to the UK last week and they sat on the same plane.

Dr Tetteh said that Shatta Wale came to embrace him and even held his feet, after which he laid hands on and prayed for him.

Fire starter

“I laid hands and prayed for Shatta Wale, and I know Shatta Wale will live and he will not die,” he said.

Dr Tetteh added: “As a matter of fact, I have also encouraged Shatta Wale to be mindful of [his own] pronouncements.

“He is not going to burn any church. He is a young man and I think on the spur of the moment he became a little bit emotional.”