Music producer and sound engineer David Kojo Kyei, commonly known as Kaywa, has taken a swipe at pastors who deliver their prophecies on live radio or television.
According to him, fame is what has made them always go ahead and share stories of others publicly.
He made this assertion in an interview with Ohemaa Woyeje on Adom FM’s Work and Happiness on Wednesday.
“Pastors who say prophecies live-on-air crave for fame. You can tell the person privately so why go on air? In the past, real prophets travelled long distances just to deliver messages without taking a penny…” he told Ohemaa Woyeje.
Kaywa after Ebony’s death came out to say he predicted the death of dancehall artiste Ebony Reigns days before it happened.
According to him, he relayed the message to the artiste and her manager Bullet and asked them to pray against it.
A few hours after the death of Ebony, he said the tragedy could have been avoided if enough prayers had been invested in his prophecy.