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Shatta Wale Singer reportedly arrested over plans to burn down churches

Reports indicates that Shatta Wale has been invited by the Ghanaian Police Authority over plans to commit arson.

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Shatta Wale has been reportedly invited over by the Ghana Police Authority over comments he made about burning down churches.

According to  Ghanaian news outlet Joy News, the Ghanaian music star was invited for allegedly threatening to burn down churches in Ghana.

It would be recalled that a certain prophet in Ghana, Prophet E. K. Mensah of the Christ Vision Prayer Ministry suggesting that Shatta Wale has been marked to kick the bucket before December unless he repents from his sinful ways.

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Shatta Wale is not feeling Wizkid

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Well, Shatta Wale didn't take it likely with prophet as he went on to release a video where he called out the prophet for making such a prophesy. He also went on to declare that if he still is alive by December 2018, he will mass up a gang from his Shatta Movement (the name of his fan base) to light up churches.

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Shatta Wale tattoos daughter's name on his neck

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This is coming days after it was revealed that this same prophet, who said the country would mourn and be in tears. Immediately after this prophesy, the death of Ghanaian singer, Ebony Reigns was announced who died in a ghastly car accident.

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Ebony Reigns with army security detail that died with her

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The death of Ebony Reigns came as a shock to many because of not just her young age but a very promising career. Indeed her death made the nation of Ghana mourn.

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