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Video: Kwaku Bonsam dances to Shatta Wale’s songs and praises Zylofon CEO Nana Appiah Mensah

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After Dancehall artiste Shatta Wale was honoured at the International Reggae & World Music Awards (IRAWMA) in Chicago, he praised popular fetish priest Kwaku Bonsam insisting his prophecies are spot on.

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“Last year Kwaku Bonsam came live on Facebook and made some prophecies about me, saying I will receive an award and I mean international award and here am I today. I have not gone to bribe him in order to make such prophecies. He just came out and made those prophecies,” Shatta Wale said in a Facebook live video.

“I want to thank him so much and may God bless him. Anyone who sees him should tell him to come for his stone because his prophecy has come true. I know anything he says is of God and that is why I believe him,” he added.

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In an epic response to Shatta Wale for remembering him of the prophecies, he once prophecised on his[Shatta Wale] music career, the popular fetish priest took to Facebook to record a live video in which he played back-to-back Shatta Wale songs.

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In the video spotted by, the controversial spiritualist Kwaku Bonsam appears to be a huge fan of Shatta Wale, having been captured jamming to the dancehall artiste’s songs thanking him and the CEO of Zylofon Media Nana Appiah Mensah.

“A big thank go to Shatta Wale, Zylofon Media and the CEO of Zylofon,” Kwaku Bonsam wrote.

Watch the video below…

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