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KSM Mocks Prophets Amidst Collapse of Ghanaian Banks

Satirist, Kwaku Sintim-Misa, best known as KSM seems to wonder why prophets in Ghana do not seem to foresee the collapse or closure of banks in Ghana.

According to the actor of “Build Your Ark” fame, It does not look as if God was concerned about the closure of banks.

This, however appears shocking to the comedian.

Especially, considering the fact that some prophets only put out supposed ‘doomsday’ visions of celebrities.

The collapse and closure of banks is a recent spate by which the Bank of Ghana

(BoG) is clamping down on irregularities in the financial and banking sector.

Only this week, the BoG forced the merger of five independent banks.

The five banks in question are UniBank, The Construction Bank, The Royal Bank, Beige Bank and Sovereign Bank. They are now called The Consolidate Bank.

Customers of the individual banks have expressed worries over the merger. However, banks such as UniBank have informed customers through text messages about new details regarding the merger.

KSM who has always had issues with Prophets and some “men of God” in the country was shocked

God did not inform these prophets about the closure ahead of time.

Individuals like Bishop Obinim, Nigel Gaisie and co have been fond of doomsday prophecies.

Meanwhile, KSM doesn’t seem to be the only one who hold onto this belief.

Many commenting on his tweet agreed with him when he put out his thoughts in a tweet.

Tweet below;

KSM To Start Electronic Court Drama Series ‘Odo Wahala’

Comedian extraordinaire, Kwaku Sintim-Misa (KSM), has urged all drama lovers to watch out for him.

The author is about to release an intriguing series from him and his crew soon.

The series, dubbed ‘Odo Wahala,’ is an electronic court drama that will start showing next month.

According to the satirist, ‘Odo Wahala,’ will target the issue of conflicts in relationships.

The themes of the series will be spiced up with humor to make it easier to understand and relate to.

‘Odo Wahala’ will blend Twi and English languages to reach its target audience.

Yaa Anima Misa Gyampo will play the role of the judge.

The judge’s control of the “courtroom”, driven by her no-nonsense attitude,

combined with her use of innovative technologies to reach to her clients,

distinguishes the series from all other court drama series currently running on TV.

“The uniqueness of ‘Odo Wahala’ is that neither the defendant nor the plaintiff is required to be physically present in the courtroom,” KSM disclosed.

“This is a fully electronic platform where the judge sits in the studio/courtroom and connects with the defendant and plaintiff who are in a different location via various digital platforms including mobile phones and Skype. In effect, the justice system has gone digital in Ghana,” he added.

Sapphire takes credit for the production of ‘Odo Wahala’ .