Dancehall musician Shatta Wale has made his own prophecy about churches and false prophets in the country.
According to him, God is not asleep, emphasising that he will continue to live despite the doom prophesies made concerning his life.
In a Facebook post, the “My Level” hit maker said it’s a shame that President Akufo-Addo has so far sat aloof and watched fake prophets have their way.
Also addressing threats he made some months ago that he will burn down the churches of those ‘fake’ pastors who predicted his death, Shatta Wale said “they wanted me to do this to say I don’t respect and will force the police to arrest me.”
“My prophecy about churches: God nuh sleep … Shatta Wale ..They wanted me to do this to say I don’t respect and will force the police to arrest me .. It’s a shame the president of this country is watching all this from this fake people calling themselves men of God .. Ghana is a stupid village ..Yez I said it,” Shatta Wale wrote.
The controversial musician was in the news last year after one Prophet Adom said that could die before the New Year.
In a sermon, the pastor told his congregation that Shatta Wale may not see the end of the year.
He went on to prophesy that the dancehall sensation could die in a fatal car accident if care is not taken.
“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,” the prophet said.
However, Shatta Wale survived the year unscathed and even went on to organise a thanksgiving concert at the Mantse Agbonaa park in Accra.