I saw Kwesi Arthur poisoned in my dream - Lady who has records of 'dream come true' narrates

I saw Kwesi Arthur poisoned in my dream - Lady who has records of 'dream come true' narrates

A lady has caused fear and panic after narrating a dream she had about Ghanaian musician Kwesi Arthur.

A Ghanaian lady who claimed to be a fan of Kwesi Arthur has narrated a bad dream she had about the musician.

According to the lady, while she was asleep, she had a dream that the 'Grind Day' hitmaker has passed on.

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In a report sighted on Ghpage by YEN.com.gh, the lady sent a message to Ghpage to narrate the negative dream.

According to her, she saw in her dream that Kwesi Arthur had died because someone close to him poisoned him.

"I had a dream Friday night about Kwesi Arthur that he is dead and the cause of his death was poison," she wrote.

"Maybe through you, the message can get to him so that he will be mindful of the people he eats and drinks with. Thank you," she added.

The lady who denied being a prophetess said she had the bad dream about Kwesi Arthur on Friday, May 10, 2019.

Meanwhile the lady disclosed that she is a devoted Christian and a die-hard fan of the 'African Girl' hitmaker.

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However, YEN.com.gh cannot confirm if the message has been passed on to the 'Ground-up Chale' artiste.

Kwesi Arthur is part of the new crop of young Ghanaian artiste that are receiving a lot of support for their good music.

Representing Tema, Kwesi Arthur has a number of hit songs already even though he is barely two-years-old in the limelight.

It is however surprising that someone will want to poison such a young talent poised for greatness in music.

He became talk of the town in 2018 when he was nominated for the BET Best New International Act category.

Even though he did not win, Kwesi Arthur had since been a force to reckon with in the music industry as he keeps releasing good music.

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