- Dr. Tetteh has urged Ghanaian artists to add God to their talents
- He said where one spends eternity is very important
- He said Shatta Wale can become a great preacher
The popular evangelist, Dr. Lawrence Tetteh, has urged Ghanaian celebrities to add God Almighty on top of their already existing talents in light of the tragic death of dancehall artist, Ebony Reigns.
On Sunday, February 18, friends, family and sympathizers of the late Ebony Reigns gathered at the St. Martin De Porres school in Dansoman, a suburb of the capital city Accra, to mark the late artist's one week Observance since her tragic demise.
Dr. Lawrence addressed everyone gathered and pointedly reminded those present of their mortality.
The popular televangelist stressed that where one ends up spending eternity is very important.
"Nobody will be here in a 100 years," said the popular evangelist.
Dr. Lawrence Tetteh referred to the late Ebony Reigns as very talented lady who was trying to patch up her relationship with God.
He also also implored all to stop speculating about her death since that should be left up to God.
Dr. Lawrence Tetteh also commented on the popular dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale, explained how his aggression and attitude have be of use for the church.
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"I saw Shatta Wale's aggression in a video and I told my wife this man if God gets hold of him, he will be a good preacher. Somebody tell Shatta Wale, he can be a very good preacher. He should come and preach with us," he said.
At the event, he asked that a minute of silence be observed prior to praying for her family.
According to popular reports, Dr. Lawrence Tetteh is said to be Ebony Reigns' spiritual father.
Checkout a video of Lawrence Tetteh's address below:
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