Kidi, the sensational highlife artist has added his voice to the trending Wendy Shay kidnaping prophecy.
Speaking with Nana Romeo on Accra 100.5 Fm mid-morning show on Tuesday 4th February, Kidi lambasted the prophet who spoke the doom prophecy, Jesus Ahuofe.
According to Kidi, it’s no issue if a pastor gets revelation about high profiled personalities and reaches out to him or her but to come public and create fear in the person is senseless and the authorities should act on it.
Kidi explained that what scares him in all this is the fact that these fake pastors can go all out to ensure their fake prophecies come to pass just to claim they are power.
Kidi said: “This is serious, I think sometimes we take these things for granted but these things need to stop. We have to stop certain things. As a prophet, if you get a revelation about someone, you contact the person, the person is a public figure, you can easily contact them but if you come on radio and TV and say all these about the person, anytime they’re going about the daily activities they’ll be thinking about it, that they’ve said this about me, every time they’ll be panicking.
“My mum told me something about these people, though they’ve said it, it’s not of God but because they want the congregation to believe in the prophecies they give…they’ll also ensure that the prophecy comes true. It’s not right, we need to check some of these things, God is with us, we’re okay.”
On Sunday, Prophet Akwasi Appiah aka Jesus Ahuofe publicly claimed that Rufftown Records artist, Wendy Shay will be kidnapped and sacrificed.
Jesus Ahuofe in a video which has since gone viral said:
“Tell Wendy Shay that if she does not give her life to God, before December, some people will kidnap her to acquire powers. Spiritually, I see her being kidnapped and placed in a small room for 21 days and crying after which she will be sacrificed. Wendy Shay this is a bad year for her, tell her.”
Meanwhile, Wendy Shay has called on her fans and Ghanaians to pray for her because God reveals to redeem.