- Songstress Wendy Shay has run to Prophet Akwesi Appiah after the latter gave a death prophecy about her
- Prophet Akwesi Appiah recently gave a prophecy about Wendy Shay in which he said she was going to be kidnapped and killed before 2020 ends
- Wendy Shay expressed her utmost gratitude to the prophet for the revelation about her
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Ghanaian award-winning singer Wendy Shay has visited Prophet Akwesi Appiah after the latter gave a death prophecy about her.
Wendy Shay said Prophet Akwesi Appiah's prophecy about her confirmed certain things she had heard about herself.
Her visit to the church was to thank God for his love for her and also express her utmost gratitude to the prophet for the revelation about her
Prophet Akwesi Appiah had earlier stated during a church service that he had had revelations about events of serial kidnapping in Ghana.
He mentioned Wendy Shay as one of the people targeted, adding that she would be used for money rituals.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that mother of Wendy Shay, Obaapa Kaakyire Addo, had reacted to the death prophecy dropped on her daughter by Prophet Akwasi Appiah.
In a video on social media, Wendy Shay's mother has stated that the prophecy might be a true one because she had been warned about such a matter before.
Obaapa Kaakyire explained that on her recent visit to Ghana, she received a call from an unknown man who warned her that her daughter was going to be kidnapped within the year.
According to Wendy's mother, the man had explained that the kidnapping of her daughter would be part of moves by some people to destabilize the country prior to the 2020 elections.
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Wendy's mother thus pleaded with the government, parents and all Ghanaians to help prevent such nation wreckers from seeing out their plan.
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