Abrantepa.com took notice of reports that one Prophet Michael Kojo Poku of Fire Time Prayer Ministry had claimed death was hovering around Kwadwo Nkansah (Lilwin) and “if prayer sessions are not organized for the actor, he may die prematurely.”
The report further quoted the prophet to have said that “Lilwin needs to pass through a powerful deliverance session with [him] to be freed from the spirits of death hanging around him.”
As tongues waggle over the said prophecy, Lilwin appears to be unfazed, Abrantepa.com can state!
Speaking on the Weekend City Show, the popular actor said, “In 2017, this same pastor cautioned [him] that if [he] doesn’t stop practising occultism, [he] would die]”.
According to the 33-year-old, he will never die prematurely because his mission on earth has not been accomplished.
“I thank him for the prophecy but i won’t die. I will live long. Mark it on the wall. I will be 70 and above” he noted. “We’ve rebuked it. He should check again if death is still hovering around me.”
While stating that he respects men of God, Lilwin posited that it was misplaced for a prophet to go public with prophecies concerning individuals.
“Some pastors call me as regards visions they’ve had about me; we pray and they give me directions. But if you come public and ask that I see you for deliverance, that is ridiculous,” he said.
Earlier, abrantepa.com reported that management of the actor had taken steps to avert the prophecy.
According to Lilwin’s manager, Abdul Razak who spoke on Radio Univers’ Brunch2Lunch, hosted by Abrantepa, in as much as they dislike the practice of announcing such prophecies, they decided to pray over it.
He served notice of an intention to sue should anyone make such claims publicly again.
Meanwhile, Chairman of the Church of Pentecost Apostle Prof. Opoku Oyinah has condemned the growing tendency of some ‘prophets’ who go public with their doom prophecies.
He said it is needless and wrong to stand in public to relay what one believes to be a message from God which could spell grave danger to the object of the message.