-A prophet has claimed that Shatta Wale is next to die after Ebony Reigns
-According to him, Wale would be dead by the end of 2018
-But Shatta Wale’s mother has refuted the death prophecy by organizing a special deliverance session for her son
The mother of dancehall king Shatta Wale, Madam Elsie Evelyn Avemegah, has organized a special prayer and deliverance session for her son.
The troubled mother who seems to have sleepless nights following the prediction by Prophet E.K. Mensah that her son would not live to see the end of 2018, is doing everything possible to revert it.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on Modern Ghana.com, Shatta Wale’s mother is captured together with other women in a serious prayer moment.
The women, who are said to be part of a group, ‘Shatta Mothers’, are all clad in white clothes.
The intercessory prayer session is said to have come off on March 3, 2018, at Shatta Wale’s family house in Dansoman.
According to Madam Avemegah, she decided to embark on the prayer session because she wants to avert any sort of death planned for her son by anyone.
She believes that even if the death prophecy is from God which she doubts, the prayer session would cancel it.
She disclosed that her prayer is for her son to live till a hundred and two (102) years on earth before he dies; therefore, the death prediction is not something she wants to joke with.
“I refuse that prophecy in Jesus name…that’s why I have been praying all over Ghana. I have been to Volta Region to organize something there and I am back in Accra to organized another prayer session for my son.”
I am trusting God that my son will never die. It is my prayer, and I want him to live till 102 years,” the troubled mother said.
In February, Prophet Mensah, founder and leader of of Christ Vision Prayer Ministry claimed he has seen in a vision that Shatta Wale would die by the close of 2018.
Wale went berserk over the prophecy and threatened to burn all churches by December 2018 if he should still be alive.
He released a song 'True Believer' against the prophecy, emphasizing that the “spirit in him is greater than the spirit in the world.”
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