Popular fetish priest, Nana Kwaku Bonsam has predicted that Jamaican roots reggae/dancehall artiste, Buju Banton who is currently serving a jail term in America, will soon leave prison a free man.
The fetish priest made the prediction during an interview with Blakk Rasta on the Boiling Point segment of the Taxi Driver programme on Hitz FM.
According to Kwaku Bonsam, not only will the reggae maestro walk a free man, he will be accompanied by a string of reggae hits that will let a lot of people cry or laugh out of emotion.
The renowned fetish priest is widely known for predicting the freeing of Jesus One-Touch as well as some accidents and fires in the country late last year.
He has been a torn in the flesh of so many Christian ministers who he openly challenged to spiritual duels - all of who developed cold feet.
Blakk Rasta, host of the show called Nana Bonsam to interpret a dream that a Guyanese woman, Pixie Massiah Aboya, now resident in Ghana had last Friday.
According to Pixie, in the dream she saw Buju in a lonely American court being shaved of his locks and beard. He later caught a taxi out of the court house in New York City. Pixie wondered why a rich man like Buju will be in a taxi rather than in his private car but she remembered he had just been released from jail.
A pastor, Kumchacha, interpreted the dream as Buju losing all his power in jail as Sampson in the Bible did. But Nana Kwaku Bonsam interpreted the dream, ‘after consultation with his gods’, that Buju is so sad in prison that his property that he entrusted into the care of some friends are all being misused.
He, Buju, therefore feels let down by trusted friends who he left his cherished legacy with before going to jail.
Nana Bonsam, who is a regular listener of Blakk Rasta’s Taxi Driver show praised the host for a good job done saying that the chief of his gods, Kofi-Kofi, enjoys reggae music.
He added that Buju will soon leave prison and shock the world with a massive musical hit which he has never envisaged.
Buju Banton, born Anthony Mark Myrie in Jamaica was convicted, controversially, of cocaine trafficking by an American court a couple of years ago.
He is a Grammy award-winning artiste known for such hits as Boom Bye-Bye and Destiny. He is married to a Ghanaian woman called Nina and have a child between them.
The Boiling Point airs as a segment on Hitz FM’s Taxi Driver reggae show hosted by Ghana’s number one controversial, Blakk Rasta from 10:00am to 1:00pm Monday to Friday.