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09.05.2019 Industry News

No popular Musician Will Die—Bishop Thunder

By Staff Writer
Bishop Thunder

An Accra-based popular ‘Man of God’, Bishop Thunder has assured popular Ghanaian musicians that none of them will die as prophesied by some men of God.

It would be recalled that Prophet E. K. Mensah of the Christ Vision Prayer Ministry had prophesied that ‘ Ayoo’ hitmaker and former Zylofon Music signee Shatta Wale will die if he does not repent.

A Kasoa-based prophet, Charles Dady, had also prophesied that the musician will commit suicide out of frustration.

His prophecy followed Shatta Wale’s threat to burn some churches if the prophecy about his death does not come true.

The recent man of God to prophecy about the death of a musician happens to be Prophet Nigel Gaisie. Nigel Gaisie, during his Sermon at his Church on Sunday 28th April, 2019, also prophesied that a popular musician will die before December, 2019.

“I saw a big star who is a musician and I saw that he will die before December 31st. The Lord gave me his details and Musiga must pray about it because that musician was supposed to die two years ago,” Nigel Gaisie revealed.

Prophet Nigel Gaisie’s prophecy has put many Ghanaian musicians in fear.

But speaking in an exclusive interview with Godfred Asante of Hot 93.9FM, the leader and founder of Jesus Pentecostal Ministry, Bishop Thunder, stressing on the death prophecies revealed that no popular Ghanaian Musician will die this year.

“God never told them anything…all the prophets prophesying about the death of musicians are liars…they speak evil..when they prophesy, they then go back and work on it at night in order for it to come to pass”, Bishop Thunder fumed.

“But with Shatta Wale, no prophet should try him because even if he doesn’t pray, i pray for him so he will never die, not just Shatta Wale but all musicians.. yes, by the power invested me by God, no musician will die in 2019”.He Prophesied as sighted by

Extremely fumed Bishop Thunder, cautioned by indicating that,” Those fake pastors prophesying about things that God has not said, should better stop it, that nonsense must stop“.