Who wants Ugo Stevenson dead?

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One time Nigeria High Life Artiste of the Year Award winner at the Nigerian Music Awards [NMA], Ugo Stevenson took to Facebook to lament the current death alerts he has been receiving from friends, prophets and prophetesses.
According to the Imo State born highlife artiste, actor and activist he had earlier ignored the alerts and caution messages from his loved ones until it got to an extent where he could no longer live with it in silence.

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Via his Facebook account, he wrote “For weeks now, it’s been death alert from prophets and prophetesses, (fake and original). Even friends confront me on the way to say, please be careful. The concerned question should be who wants Ugo Stevenson Ugwuegbulam Okereafor onye Olokwu Emeabiam dead? I have ignored the threats because in Living Faith movement, we dont accommodate evil reports. But then who is it that wants me dead?”
Ugo Stevenson who has be known as a social media activist took a little twist into politics recently and he has never hidden his dissatisfaction with the activities of incumbent governor of Imo State, Owelle Rochas Okorocha, especially where it concerns entertainers in the state.
Although he has not been seen as an open supporter of any governorship candidate in the state, he took to his usual lighter mood to ask “Did I take your ugly wife or did I rape your beautiful daughter? I’m not a thief nor a saboteur. Do they want me to extinguish life out of me because of my poetic philosophical songs and playlets? Or is it for the unbiased commentaries I make on radio? Is it for my inciting entertainment articles in print media?  Or for my political disposition in social media? Who actually wants a dead man dead?”
“I’m dead in Christ. Whoever desire to kill me should first go and kill Christ for the second time, kill David Oyedepo before you can expect me to die. Ndi Ara. I shall live to testify the goodness of the Lord. iseeee!”
So far, he is yet to reveal any personal rift with anyone and we pray nothing happens to him.

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