General News of Friday, 9 February 2018
Renowned native priest, Nana Kwaku Bonsam has descended heavily on some prophets describing them as fake men of God.
He explained that, as a prophet what you prophecy should edify and guide the lives of the people you speak to.
This, he said, he was convinced that such pastors weren’t true men of God as they fail to make the right impact with their prophecies.
Nana Kwaku Bonsam was reacting to the man of God who predicted Ebony will die in an accident.
In a viral video shot last year, the man of God who is yet to be identified is heard predicting Ebony will die in an accident and nothing will save her.
“The devil brings anyone who try to rival him on earth so Ebony will die in an accident in 2018 and nothing can save her” he stressed.
Also, Prophet Badu Kobi, leader of Glorious Wave Church International, just hours after the unfortunate demise of ebullient songstress, Ebony Reigns, has come out to declare that he predicted her death.
Speaking to in an interview the man of God said Ebony had a short life.
“I prophesied to Kwabena Marfo of Okay FM that Ebony had a short life,” he said.
But Kwaku Bonsam said he is fully convinced that their source of power does not come from the Lord Jesus Christ as they proclaim.
“What at all is wrong with these fake men of God? If God revealed to you. The best thing to do was to pray for the beautiful soul and not allow the lady to die before you come telling us these fake news. They are all fake. God will deal with them one after the other” he said on his Facebook Live Page.
According to the renowned fetish priest, charlatans who are persistently denting his image will soon encounter the wrath of God Almighty.
Ebony’s passing comes after rising to stardom and at a time many have tipped her to win Artiste of the Year at the Ghana Music Awards.
She was known for her risqué onstage acts and erotic performances.
Among her hit songs were ‘Poison’, ‘Sponsor’, ‘Hustle’, ‘Kupe’ and ‘Maame Hwe’.