- Popular prophet, Jesus Ahuofe had predicted that Shatta Wale would be shot on Monday, October 18, 2021
- A video of him narrating what he saw in the spirit realm has resurfaced after Shatta Wale's shooting prank
- The prophet gave a detailed explanation of how this was going to take place
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Bishop Stephen Akwasi, known popularly as Jesus Ahuofe had predicted that Shatta Wale would be shot.
In the video seen by YEN.com.gh, the bishop mentioned that Shatta Wale would be shot Monday, October 18, 2021, and that would lead to his death.
According to him, he saw in the spiritual realm that a top Dancehall artiste would meet his untimely death after an armed robbery attack.
As for the name of the musician, the prophet said he saw “Charles”, but did not know whom that was as Shatta Wale is rarely called by his real name.
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He advised the musician to see a powerful man of God of his choice to pray for him to avert that calamity.
See the video here:
Shatta Wale responded to the 'prophecy' and said he would wear a bulletproof from October 17, his birthday.
This obviously led the musician to prank the whole of Ghana with a fake shooting incident.
Shatta Wale pranks Ghana
Earlier, YEN.com.gh published the viral story of Shatta Wale shooting prank he played on Ghana on Monday, October 18, 2021, just a day after celebrating his birthday.
This prank was been confirmed by his spokesperson, Nana Dope.
The musician was said to be in a critical condition and receiving treatment at the emergency ward.
According to a tweet sighted by YEN.com.gh, Nana Dope revealed that the assailants shot Shatta Wale in the rain, and wondered who hated the musician this much to do this to him.
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However, all of that turned out to be false leading to the arrest of Shatta Wale, Jesus Ahuofe, Nana Dope, and other accomplices.
He was eventually taken to Ankaful Prison.
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