Gunshot Prophecy: Shatta Wale’s mom intervened for her son- Jesus Ahuofe
Gospel Preacher who prophesied that Dancehall Artiste Shatta Wale will be shot dead on October 18, Stephen Akwasi, otherwise called Jesus Ahoufe, has uncovered that the mother of the artiste mediated for her child’s sake to turn away the misfortune.
As indicated by Jesus Ahuofe, after the prediction, Shatta Wale’s mom has been connecting with him in supplications to mediate for the child’s sake.
The minister, on Accra100.5FM’s early in the day show ‘Ayekoo’ facilitated by Nana Romeo on September 28, 2021, forecasted that some outfitted men will weapon down Shatta Wale in a similar way South African Reggae Star, Lucky Dube was killed.
Talking on a similar show on Tuesday, 19 October 2021, Jesus Ahuofe revealed that Shatta Wale’s mom has not folded her hands not sit unconcerned since the prediction broke, adding that she stepped up and call him and later visited his congregation for intercessory supplications for the artiste.
“Indeed, even this sunrise, I was with the mother on the telephone reaching out to the Lord to have some compassion on Shatta Wale,” he said.
He recognized the mother of the artiste for her striking advance in having the existence of her child saved.
In the interim, Jesus Ahuofe was rounded up by the police at the forecourt of Accra100.5FM Tuesday morning.
His arrest is supposedly based on his prediction.
Three men clad in mufti, with the driver in a police uniform, picked the prophet while holding on to show up on the Ayekoo show.
He was rushed in a Pick up to the Police base camp.
Source : africaneditors.com
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