Ghanaian Kumawood versatile actor, Kwadwo Nkansah aka Lilwin, has called for the quick arrest of some prophets and pastors who predict deadly prophecies which he claims causes fear and panic in the country.
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In a live interview with Kessben FM over the sudden demise of dancehall artist, Ebony, Lilwin explained that God reveals to redeem and as such men of God who enjoy in predicting doom should be hold responsible.
Upon his clarification, he indicated that such deadly prophecies in some way endanger celebrities to their enemies who already bears the plans to kill them.
Lilwin continued to emphasize that God reveals to redeem hence the prophets must intercede on their behalves instead of going to the media to broadcast their doom prophecies.
The comedienne actor added that since it is everyone’s including the prophets fate to die afterlife, it will not be a problem for him if God commands him to die even today.
“Everyone will die including the prophets so if God says I will die today, I’m not bothered” he stated.
Aside Kwadwo Nkansah Lilwin, many celebrities including Shatta Wale, KK Fosu, Okyeame Kwame, and others have given the same level of statements about the men of God, some threatening to sue and burn churches of the prophets.
Ebony on the eve of Thursday, 8 February 2018, met her fate in a car accident somewhere along the Sunyani-Kumasi road upon her return from her mother as she was traveling to Accra to prepare for her event trip in Abroad together with her military bodyguard, Atsu Vondee and her friend and make-up artist, Franky Kuri.