Entertainment of Tuesday, 13 February 2018
Popular Ghanaian spiritualist, Kwaku Bonsam, has argued that men of God who claim they foresaw the death of music artiste, Ebony, practice occultism.
In a report by Ghanacelebrities.com, he cautioned Ghanaians against trusting the powers of men of God who had foreknowledge of the tragic incident.
According to him, some of these prophets are not from God but are involved in the practice of occultism.
Kwaku Bonsam’s statement in reaction to the growing number of pastors who claimed that details of the accident were revealed to them. He noted that some of those prophets use their occultic powers to cause incidents they claim were revealed to them in dreams and visions.
“See, these prophets possesses evil spirits and have what it takes to materialize their prophecies so people will hail them in the end. So they can prophesy someone’s death and do everything possible in the spiritual realm to make sure it manifest in the physical realm,” he revealed.
Kwaku Bonsam concluded by saying he would soon reveal the identities of all the fake prophets, so that they can no longer harm celebrities.
On Thursday, February 8, 2018, Ebony, along with her friend, Franky Kuri and a military man, Lance Corporal Vondee, lost their lives in an accident on the Kumasi-Sunyani road.
The driver of their vehicle, who is alleged to be the only survivor, was reportedly rushed to a government hospital in Sunyani.