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Ebony was spiritually assassinated by her Occult Kingdom-Apostle

Written by  Feb 10, 2018
An Evangelist, Apostle George Akoteng, has said the late Ebony Reigns originally known as Priscilla Opoku-Kwarteng, was spiritually assassinated. Speaking in an exclusive interview with Rainbow Radio’s Mr. Handsome, the Apostle said the late musician belonged to the occult kingdom. He also revealed on the show that, all the prophets who prophesied about the death of the ‘Maame Hwe’ hitmaker but failed to pray against it and blamed it on the musician’s stubbornness are also fake prophets who derive their powers from the devil. He was emphatic that, God does not reveal and allow the incident to happen when the prophet who prophesies it is from him. Apostle Akoteng asked the host to cast his mind back to the mangled jeep and analyze how it occurred and would come to the conclusion that, the accident was not ordinary. The Apostle added, Ebony was under assignment and because her assignment was over, that was why she died through the accident. ‘’Her case was a spiritual one. Her talent was God given but she was possessed by the spirit of stubbornness and for that to work, it was connected to her family.’’ He also prophesied that Shatta Wale and Kwabena Kwabena are going to be the next musicians to die like the late Ebony. He said these musicians are now working for the devil although God gave them the talent they have. ‘’Ebony belongs to the demonic kingdom and those who promoted her and brought her into the lime light, were the ones who introduced her into that kingdom. She was belonging to the demonic kingdom. Look at her lifestyle and the way she was dressing. She was a demonic person,’’ he said. ‘’All these musicians are demonic. They do not allow God to uplift them although he gave them the talent. They will all be disgraced and condemned in the same manner the late Ebony was spiritually assassinated,’’ he concluded.
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