Dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale has been in the news for sometime now over the death prophecies he received from Ghanaian prophets.
A Ghanaian prophet had earlier prophesied in January 23rd on Facebook saying; “Ghana should pray, I see a national mourning, the whole nation was in tears. Thou saith the lord.”
Revisiting his past prophecy, Prophet Cosmos wrote, “You remember this prophecy?
” Ghana should pray, I see a national mourning again the whole nation was in tears and this time is Ganian singer “Shatta Wale”, and it is very close “death”. “Thou saith the lord” prophecy by Prophet- Cosmos Walker Affran.
Another prophet E.K Mensah, the founder and leader of the Christ Vision Prayer Ministry also prophesied about the death of Shatta Wale.
Reacting to the prophecies, Shatta Wale raved in a Facebook live video saying he will break down churches if he doesn’t die by December as prophesied. (watch video here)
In a recent post, Shatta Wale might have decided to do away with fear as he shares words of the brave on twitter.
Cowards die many times before their deaths; The valiant never taste of death but once. Of all the wonders that I yet have heard, It seems to me most strange that men should fear; Seeing that death, a necessary end, Will come when it will come.
Meanwhile, Shatta Wale’s father, Shatta Capo has said his son “Shatta Wale is ‘undieable”
Speaking in an interview on Hitz FM’s Showbiz Fylla, Shatta Wale’s Father, Capo said;
“If you find something about my son, why don’t you look for my number and call me to arrange a meeting so we can talk about it?”
According to Capo, the pastors prophecies pose as a threat to his son’s life, and he has taken action to get the prophets for questioning.
“I’m a law abiding citizen and I’ve written to the CID director on behalf of Shatta and the whole family to invite the prophets to answer”.