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COVID-19 will vanish today,27th of March-Will TB Joshua’s prophesy come to pass?

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Over a week ago, his prophecy hit the media space, giving some sort of hope to the world, considering his influence and popularity.

“This month, 27th, it will be over (referring to the Coronavirus),” Prophet Joshua was captured saying earlier, during one of his sermons to the congregation at the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN).

The Founder and Leader of SCOAN said the dreadful Coronavirus which has led to the loss of many lives in the world will vanish in the same manner it came, even without the need for medical intervention.

“By the end of this month, no matter the medicine they produced to cure whatever, it will go the way it came, even If it is not medicine that brought this to the world, medicine cannot take it out, it will go the way it came.” He said.

Over a week on and social media is ablaze, as many refer the man of God to his predictions, comparing it to the current global situation where some 500,000 cases have been recorded.

Pressure is mounting on twitter especially as questions pour about the cleric’s prophecy, a day to the predicted day for the end of the pandemic.

Others are also expectant and hopeful for a miracle today.

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Did Stonebwoy complete University? Profile of Stonebwoy

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Did Stonebwoy complete University?

Did Stonebwoy complete University?

Did Stonebwoy complete University: Stonebwoy born Livingstone Etse Satekla, a Ghanaian Afropop singer, and an actor.

The acting part of his life became real when he featured in Happy Death Day and My name is Ramadan movies. This is no surprise as Stonebwoy himself has confirmed that he started writing scripts and lyrics as early as when was in primary class 4.

Stonebwoy was nominated and won the Best International Act: Africa category at the 2015 BET Awards and won Artist of the Year in the same year in Ghana Music Awards, 2015.

He has millions of followers on social media and he’s been hailed as the dancehall king of Africa, a title Shatta Wale his arch-rival also makes a fierce claim of.

Mr. Satekla is married to Dr. Louisa Ansong and they both have two children.

Stonebwoy was born in Ashaiman, a suburb of the Greater Accra region.  He had his senior high school education at Methodist Day Senior High School with Sarkodie another Ghanaian Musician as his classmate. He then furthered his education at the University of Professional Studies in Accra where he obtained a degree in Marking in 2013.

Stonebwoy has four albums to his credit; Grade 1 Album, Necessary Evil, Epistles of Mama, and the fourth studio album which featured several international artists like Keri Hilson.

 


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Veteran Actor, “Waakye” Ordained As A Reverend Minister: Veteran actor Prince Yawson, popularly known as Waakye, was officially ordained as a reverend minister last Sunday, 25th April 2021.

Waakye received his ordination at the Word Impact Centre in Accra as a full-time Reverend Minister amidst a grand ceremony with his family and colleagues from the movie industry present.

In 2018, he revealed in an interview with Accra FM that he was a Bible student on his way to make ministry his full-time job. He also said that this new chapter closes his past acting career permanently as he becomes a man Of God.


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Reverend Waakye tells how he turned deaf ears to God’s call for almost 40 years


Reverend Waakye tells how he turned deaf ears to God’s call for almost 40 years; Ace actor Prince Yawson, popularly known as ‘Waakye’ now a full-time Reverend Minister at the Word Impact Centre in Accra has shared his story about how he turned deaf ears to God’s call for almost 40 years. That’s a very long time. According to him, God started calling him 40 years ago but he was always running away from the call because he thought he didn’t fit to be a reverend Minister.

Speaking in an interview on Onua TV’s Maakye on Monday, his first-ever interview after he was ordained, Waakye said: “I had the call almost 40 years now but I was recalcitrant when I heard the voice of God”.

He added that “That is why I was roving so I asked myself why God called me because we have so many righteous people in the country”.

Waakye explained that “The call came again when I was writing at the beach. I saw this man with children. He passed by me but came back and said why are you being recalcitrant? I asked him and the man said why has God been calling you but you do not want to do the job?”

Rev Yawson said “The man I had never seen warned me to do the job else I will suffer. I did not know him. If I knew him, I would have mentioned his name. He told me to start a small church but in no time, I suffered a cardiac arrest”.

The veteran Ghanaian actor was on Sunday, April 25 ordained as a Rev Minister at the Word Impact Center in Accra.

The ordination was attended by his friends, family, and some media personnel.


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Reverend Waakye tells how he turned deaf ears to God’s call for almost 40 years


Reverend Waakye tells how he turned deaf ears to God’s call for almost 40 years; Ace actor Prince Yawson, popularly known as ‘Waakye’ now a full-time Reverend Minister at the Word Impact Centre in Accra has shared his story about how he turned deaf ears to God’s call for almost 40 years. That’s a very long time. According to him, God started calling him 40 years ago but he was always running away from the call because he thought he didn’t fit to be a reverend Minister.

Speaking in an interview on Onua TV’s Maakye on Monday, his first-ever interview after he was ordained, Waakye said: “I had the call almost 40 years now but I was recalcitrant when I heard the voice of God”.

He added that “That is why I was roving so I asked myself why God called me because we have so many righteous people in the country”.

Waakye explained that “The call came again when I was writing at the beach. I saw this man with children. He passed by me but came back and said why are you being recalcitrant? I asked him and the man said why has God been calling you but you do not want to do the job?”

Rev Yawson said “The man I had never seen warned me to do the job else I will suffer. I did not know him. If I knew him, I would have mentioned his name. He told me to start a small church but in no time, I suffered a cardiac arrest”.

The veteran Ghanaian actor was on Sunday, April 25 ordained as a Rev Minister at the Word Impact Center in Accra.

The ordination was attended by his friends, family, and some media personnel.


source: tv3news

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