KiDi urges celebrities to be careful of prophets; says they can make false prophecies come to pass

KiDi urges celebrities to be careful of prophets; says they can make false prophecies come to pass

Ghanaian musician, KiDi has urged celebrities to be vigilant about the prophecies of the so-called prophets.

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According to him though some of these prophecies may be false, some of these desperate prophets can do everything possible to ensure that it happens in order for them to prove a point.

KiDi's comments come after Prophet Akwasi Appiah also known as Jesus Ahuofe gave a prophecy that songstress Wendy Shay will be kidnapped, used for sacrifice and left to die this year.

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But in an interview on Accra FM and monitored by YEN.com.gh, KiDi said the habit of publicly pronouncing doom on people is wrong.

“This is serious, I think sometimes we take these things for granted but these things need to stop. We have to stop certain things. As a prophet, if you get a revelation about someone, you contact the person, the person is a public figure, you can easily contact them but if you come on radio and TV and say all these about the person, anytime they’re going about the daily activities they’ll be thinking about it, that they’ve said this about me, every time they’ll be panicking.

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“My mum told me something about these people, though they’ve said it, it’s not of God but because they want the congregation to believe in the prophecies they give…they’ll also ensure that the prophecy comes true. It’s not right, we need to check some of these things. God is with us, we’re okay,” he stated.

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YEN.com.gh earlier reported that KiDi had said ladies keep chasing him with love proposals on social media.

The young musician, who is known in real life as Dennis Nana Dwamena, said he feels he is being harassed by the ladies who keep throwing love proposals in his inbox on social media every now and then.

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In an interview on Vim Talk Show, ‘Odo’ hitmaker said he plans on putting measures in place to stop these ladies from harassing him on social media.

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I appreciate the fact that I get all the love from fans and all of that, but sometimes it gets tiring when you get so many messages on social media. I’m even thinking of changing my WhatsApp number because the harassment is too much,” KiDi said.

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