Ex-BBNaija Season 4 housemate, Pere Egbi has knocked a cleric, who claimed to have prophesied the death of Davido’s son, Ifeanyi.
Prophet Samuel Kings via his Facebook page on January 7 in what he tagged “Global Prophecy’s had stated 2022 to 2023 would be highly significant in the Afrobeats singer’s life and career.
He claimed besides great opportunities, rewards and awards Davido willattract during this time, he must pray against death especially for his ‘son’ which he highlighted and loved ones.
He also remarked about two letters, T and Y ‘playing a significant clue’ in his prophecy.
The post read: “#GLOBAL PROPHECY. PRAY FOR DAVID ADELEKE aka Davido.
“In a vision I saw 2022 with so many opportunities for him, reward and awards! This is the biggest year for him even until 2023!
“But let’s pray Against any arrow of death ESPECIALLY against his son! Any any close loved ones.
“God revealed this to me that it will happen if prayers are not MADE.
“I see T and Y as a very significant clue to this prophecy as well.”
Unfortunately, news of Ifeanyi’s death broke on Monday night after he was said to have drowned in the pool at his father’s Banana Island residence.
Upon the tragic event, Prophet Samuel made a video where he said he tried reaching Davido a couple of times to deliver ‘God’s’ message to him but wasn’t given a chance since he isn’t ‘among one of the names of the so-called big prophets in Nigeria’.
After a while, Kings stated he ceased pushing to see the singer because he didn’t want to be perceived as some ‘hungry ‘prophet trying to look for fame and money’.
He implored the DMW boss to reach out to him to avert more horrific events likely to happen in 2023 because only the first part of his prohecy had happened.
Reacting to Kings’ prophecies, Pere argued in the days of the Bible, God always led prophets directly to Kings when He had a message for them but never for such messages to be shared with the public.
He maintained if God truly gave the prophet a message for David, he should have told him instead of broadcasting it to the world.
Egbi in a series of tweets said:
“If God gave you a message about a public figure, tell them. Don’t broadcast it to the world. Some of these pastors should have sense. You can have the Holy Ghost and still be deficient in wisdom. Now the boy is gone to Heaven.
“You’re still online posting on Facebook saying “prophecy fulfilled”? So what? So that we should know you’re a man of God. I find something wrong with that.
“If God gave you a message for a king, he will lead you directly to that king to deliver it. In bible days, he operated that way. A message for a man from God was never shared with the public.”