The veteran Ghanaian comedian KSM has become the latest public figure to add his voice to the trending conversation over ‘doom prophecies’ in Ghana.
Since the 31st of December 2018, Ghanaians have been blasted with doom prophecy after doom prophecy which if comes true would leave us without any leader by the end of this year as they would all have died.
The prophecies of Owusu Bempah have been particularly trending, due to the public figures such as the Chief Imam, Bawumia and others who he claims would die but also because of the violent reaction to the prophecy by some Muslim youth.
KSM, reacting to the prophecies on social media, decided to lay the blame squarely at the feet of Ghanaians.
According to him we have decided to allow ourselves to be lied to by politicians and religious leaders and that has led to the current state of affairs.
“What do some PASTORS and some POLITICIANS have in common? They all have FOLLOWERS who LOVE TO HEAR THEM LIE,” KSM tweeted on Thursday, January 3rd.
What do some PASTORS and some POLITICIANS have in common? They all have FOLLOWERS who LOVE TO HEAR THEM LIE 😂😂😂😂
— Kwaku Sintim-Misa (@KSM_Kwaku_Misa) January 3, 2019