Prophet Cosmos Affran vanishes during live interview
Daniel Quartey|March. 13, 2019
Controversial Ghanaian prophet Cosmos Affran Walker has left Ghanaians wondering following his latest antics.
According to the self-proclaiming prophet, he surprisingly vanished during a live TV interview.
Prophet Cosmos was on Kofi TV for an interview with respect to his prophesy about Ethiopian Airplane crash which came to pass.
He was also quizzed by the host Kofi Adoma on a statement he made on his Facebook page that 3 appointees of President Nana Akufo-Addo offered him $1 million to kill him spiritually.
In answering the question, prophet Cosmos stressed that the 3 appointees of in Akufo-Addo’s government one of them a minister and the other CEOs met him in a hotel and gave him money to kill the President.
This statement by prophet Cosmos forced Hopeson Adorye, an NPP communicator and a government appointee to call into the show.
Adorye demanded he mention the names of the alleged three appointees or he’ll alert the Police to invite him to give out the names.
Surprisingly, after the host was done talking to Adorye, the prophet was no where to be found.
However, prophet Comos swiftly took to Facebook revealed the real reason why he abandoned the show.
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He also wrote: "KOFI AM IN MY ROOM NOW AS POSTING THIS JUST TO ESCAPE FOR MY LIFE. I SAW ATTACKERS DEPLOYED TO COME TO THE STUDIO TO ATTACK ME, I VANISH AND AM IN MY ROOM. GOD IS THE GREATEST. COSMOS WALKER AFFRAN."
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh had previously reported how prophet Cosmos indicated Menzgold boss Nana Appiah Mensah will become a vice president of Ghana.
According to prophet Cosmos, his prediction was a prophecy from God and it is sealed.
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