Information reaching us indicates that popular Ghanaian prophet and the found and leader of New Life Kingdom International, Stephen Akwasi, who is widely known as Jesus Ahoufe, has been picked up in a Rambo style by the Ghana Police Service at the forecourt of Acca 100.5fm this morning, Tuesday, October 19. At the radio station where he was about to go on air. His arrest came over his prophecy about a shooting incident involving Shatta Wale.
Jesus Ahuofe, the man of God who prophesied some few weeks ago that Shatta Wale will die on 18th October, 2021. According to his prophecy, Wale will be shot dead by unknown gunmen.
Shatta Wale replying to the prophet then said he will wear bulletproof and nothing will happen to him. It seems we all took it as a joke!!
On Monday, October 18, Shatta Wale Feigned his gun shot incident. As the news went viral, Ghanaians were much worried because Wale was no where to be found.
Police on hearing the news went through the length and breadth of the country, visited hospitals in Accra and he was not there.
Shatta Wale this morning, Tuesday admitted to the police he hoax his gun shooting incident and has apologize to the police. He however made a shocking revelation that his life was in danger and so he was on the run to see if the law of the country works.
After the arrest of Jesus Ahuofe, there has been some mixed reactions by Ghanaians; a section of Ghanaians say arresting the prophet is not the best thing to go by. On the other hand another section of Ghanaians says arresting the prophet was the right move.
What is your take on all this saga?
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