Prophets using fake prophecies about celebrities to stay relevant- Rev Obotuo

The Founder of In Him Is Life Church, Rev. Isaac Opoku Obuotuo says most Ghanaian prophets have resorted to giving fake prophecies about celebrities in order to stay

According to him, most of their churches were coming down and so they were using prophecies to make money out of such people.

His assertion follows a prophesy by ‘Jesus Ahuofe’ that Shatta Wale would be shot, a prophesy which has landed both and two others in police custody.

Dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale, born Charles Nii Armah Mensah was arrested for spreading false information in connection with the alleged gun attack on him.

Reports on Monday, 18th October 2021, claimed that Shatta Wale had been shot by unknown gunmen as prophesied by a pastor popularly known as ‘Jesus Ahuofe’.

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The police earlier arrested Kojo Owusu Koranteng, also known as Nana Dope and Eric Venator, alias Gangee, on Tuesday evening for allegedly spreading false information with the intention to cause fear and panic.

‘Jesus Ahuofe’ was also arrested prior to Wale’s arrest.

Speaking with Ekourba Gyasi Simpremu on Atinka TV’s morning show, Ghana Nie, Rev. Isaac Opoku Obuotuo said, “When the prophets give a prophecy that you will have a car accident and they know your house, they can come and loosen some of your bolts and nuts which could lead to the prophesied accident.”

He also alleged about 98 percent of the prophets were behind fire outbreaks in the country, explaining that when they prophesy that there will be fire, they send their ‘boys’ to put fire at that place.

He said what the prophet said about Shatta Wale was false, looking at the circumstances of the prophesy, saying that most of the prophecies given by these pastors are fake.

The Pastor was of the view that the Prophet should have called Shatta Wale personally to tell him about the prophesy if it was real instead of coming to say it on Radio.

Rev. Isaac Opoku Obuotuo therefore urged Ghanaians not to follow such prophets or pay attention to their prophesies.

“Most of the people in their house die but they do not prophesy to them, so why these celebrities? They are liars!,” he said.

He also urged the media to stop paying attention to such prophets, saying most of them use the prophecies for hype.

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