Amusement of Friday, 11 September 2020
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Renowned new music producer Fred Kyei Mensah has disclosed that the Head Pastor of Intercontinental God’s Way Church, Prophet Daniel Obinim, appeared to him in a dream on June 3rd 2015, telling him not to action out.
Talking with MzGee on 3FM‘s Showbuzz on Thursday, September 10, Fredima, as he is popularly known as, claimed his close friend invited him to Obinim’s church. Just after that, the gentleman of God opted to discuss to him about a prophecy he experienced witnessed about him relating to dying.
“I do not joke with my non secular things. It is instead unfortunate if I see Ghanaians mocking prophet Obinim. When he tells you anything you can choose to perform on it or go away it. Prior to June 3rd disaster, I experienced not attended Obinim’s church ahead of. I experienced a pal who is effective with Obinim, he known as me and mentioned Obinim wants to communicate to me about a prophecy he noticed about me. When I went to him, he explained to me dying is coming unto me and it requires drinking water and fireplace.
“He informed me it will undoubtedly transpire but he prays the Lord will just take me out of that catastrophe coming upon my everyday living. It will result in me some pains, but immediately after someday, the Lord will produce me from the condition.
“On the working day of disaster, when I was carrying out planning to go out, I noticed Prophet Obinim in a trance and I determined not to go out once more on that working day. Later on in the evening, I had a phone that flood and fire has destroyed all my possessions in my studio at Nkrumah Circle.
“On Thursday June 4th 2015, we woke up to the dreadful news of problems completed by the floods and one huge explosion at a petrol station killing 154 Ghanaians at Kwame Nkrumah Circle, building it a person of the deadliest disasters in Ghana.”
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