Even prophecies from ‘madmen’ should be taken seriously – Kaakyire Kwame Appiah

Veteran Highlife musician, Kaakyire Kwame Appiah, says Ghanaians should take prophecies very seriously, irrespective who they emanate from, to avert any calamity.
Kaakyire revealed that the head Pastor and Founder of the True Word Prophetic Fire Ministry located at Achimota mile 7, Prophet Nigel Gaise, was right about the exact location Ebony Reigns was going to be involved in an accident leading to her death.
Some Ghanaians are blaming Kaakyire Kwame Appiah for not looking for Ebony to tell her about her prophesy but rather went alone to see Prophet Nigel Gaise.
But according to him, he informed Ebony’s Management about the prophecy and did not know that she had not been informed about the development.
He said it is very difficult getting the numbers of hip life artistes unlike highlife artistes and as such must not be blamed for keeping Ebony’s prophecy.
“Sometimes it’s very important that these men and women take the prophecies very seriously. Even if the prophecy is coming from a mad man it should not be taken for granted”, he said.

Source: adomfmonline.com 

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