Prophet Cosmos Walker Affran is one of the many prophets who have courted controversies wherever they go. He has been for some time been out of action but whenever his name is mentioned controversy and prophecies of doom come to mind. It can be recalled that last year before the 31st Night Crossovers, the IGP released a statement cautioning against prophecies without substance and can cause fear and panic.
This measure curbed the rate of doom prophecies. Well, Prophet Cosmos is back with some interesting Spiritual Projections. According to him, a radio and Tv personality will be shot by armed men. He explained that this attack will be facilitated by some men in power who feel the media personality is tarnishing their reputation.
The supposed man of God however failed to mention the country where this incident will happen. He only noted that the incident will occur in Africa. It will be interesting to see what happens next. Ghana is no stranger to these supposed men of God with many thronging their churches for prayers and prophecies.
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