- A Ghanaian musician, K.K Fosu called pleaded for the arrest of pastors who predicts of celebrities
- According to him, such actions create fear and panic
Highlife musician, Kaakyire Kwame Fosu, also known as K.K Fosu, has called for the arrest of all men of God who predict the deaths of celebrities.
In a report by Zionfelix.net, the music artiste made the call, as a result of the increase in the claims of prophetic messages concerning the death of Ghanaian musician, Ebony.
In an earlier report by YEN.com.gh, Priscilla Opoku Kwarteg, better known as Ebony, died in a vehicular accident on Thursday, February 8, 2018.
Her close friend, Franky and a military man, Francis Atisu Vondee, lost their lives as well.
The accident generated an outcry among Ghanaians as a result of the death of the 20-year old rising musician.
In the wake of the incident, some men of God have claimed they had foreknowledge of incident. Various predictions were reportedly made in connection to the unfortunate event, a development that has generated fury among a number of Ghanaians.
In that respect, K.K Fosu, speaking with Dr. Cann on the Saturday Morning Show on Happy FM, stated that such actions creates fear and panic in the lives of the celebrities.
Sounding emotional and upset, he pleaded with the relevant authorities to arrest such men of God, in order to deter others from doing same.