- Shatta Wale's father is angry over 'death prophesy' of his son by Prophet E.K Mensah
- Mr Charles Mensah says he will reveal his drastic decision on Monday about the 'fake prophet'
Father of controversial dancehall king, Charles Nii Armah Mensah, aka Shatta Wale has vowed to cut ‘false prophets’ in Ghana into sizes.
Mr Charles Mensah has therefore accepted an invitation to address all self-acclaimed Ghanaian prophets on Accra-based Hitz FM on Monday, February 19, 2018.
A number of Ghanaian ‘Men of God’ have been widely criticized and condemned for their unsolicited comments after the sudden demise of female dancehall artiste, Ebony.
Many of the Prophets claim to have seen and warned Ebony and her management ahead of her untimely death.
But their numerous death prophecies have been discredited by late Ebony’s manager, describing them as 'fake prophets'.
However, another prophet had warned that multiple award winning dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale will also die in a similar fashion before July this year.
According to Razzonline.com report, Prophet E. K Mensah’s death prediction has angered both Shatta Wale and his father, Charles Mensah.
The dancehall artiste in a Facebook video has warned that he will burn down some Churches if he doesn’t die before December this year, as predicted by the ‘false prophets’.
Besides that, Shatta Wale's Mother has also accused prophet Mensah of causing fear and panic in the life of her son and his followers.
Madam Elsie Evelyn Avemegah in an intriguing comment indicated that Prophet E.K Mensah is a ‘fake’ man of God who is only good at farting.
Meanwhile, Razzonline.com reports that Shatta Wale’s Father is extremely angry about the death prophecy of his son and will on Monday launch a tough 'war’ on prophet E.K. Mensah and other 'fake' prophets predicting doom in Ghana.
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