Controversial dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale could not stand the heat of the prophets of doom who have predicted his death, he has now run to his spiritual father for protection.
In the wake and heat of Ebony’s death, Prophet E. K Mensah of the Christ Vision Prayer Ministry prophecied that the next celebrity to die in 2018 is Shatta Wale.
Now Shatta Wale’s spiritual father, Chief Naatia Salifu–Tamale-based spiritualist and leader of the Kejebi Shrine in the Northern Region has jumped to the defence of Shatta Wale by saying that such prophecies from self-acclaimed men of God are fake. He went on to condemn Prophet E. K Mensah for predicting Shatta Wale’s death.
Chief Naatia Salifu said:
“Our superstition has long run into abject insouciance, paralyzing us from technically analyzing situations and taking informed corrective measures. Look, Ebony Reigns did not die because of any prophecy, curse or divine will and Shatta Wale will not die because of that.”
He added that:
“I don’t see Shatta Wale’s death. I always tell him what’s next ahead of him and show him how to prevent it.” He encouraged Shatta Wale to be strong and never fear these ‘fake’ prophets who are looking for avenues to ‘rob’ people of their money.
Touching on the cause Ebony’s gory accident, he said:
“If the vehicle needs to be off-loaded, young men and women should be hired from the town where the police station is situated to do the off-loading. The vehicle should be towed to the nearest police station for storage and the owner billed for the cost of towing, off-loading and storage; to be paid before the vehicle is returned. Vehicles that stay for too long at the police station and are not retrieved should be auctioned off and the money used to pay for the off-loading, towing and storage.”