Former HIV/AIDS Ambassador Joyce Dzidzor Mensah has gone contrary to the trend of prophecies. 

According to Former HIV/AIDS Ambassador, she saw Wendy Shay falling from an international stage, and a guy was forcing her neck into something. 

she noted on her Facebook page that she knew Anokye supremo was going to die even before Kofi started soliciting funds for him

Backing her prophecy, she revealed that her father used to fear her because she once told him not to go to his workplace. That, the police will come for him, but he went, and the police came. Since then, she was named Joseph the dreamer in her family.

Joyce Dzidzor Mensah  on Facebook  wrote:  

I don't want to be a pastor neither do i want to be a prophetess.

But the gift  I've been suppressing, i want to make use of it now.

I see things but keep mute and they come to pass . I decide not to say it to those involved because of it sensitivity.

My step father used to fear me because i once told him not to go to his work place because the police will come for him but he went and the police came. Since then i was named Joseph the dreamer in my family. 

A month ago, i saw wendy shay fall from an international stage and i also saw a guy forcing her neck into something. I saw clearly who the guy is, and what her head was forced into. Her mother should speak with her if she truly love her. 

Unfortunately i don't see everything and I'm only fortunate to see just a little about my own life. 

In 2018 when i was in Ghana, i saw clearly that i was begging on the street and decided to act fast and head a voice to go for travelling visa for Prince which i did successfully. 

Like i said, i don't need anyone's money, neither do i want to become a pastor. 

Check my post below in 2019 

I already knew Anokye supremo was going to die even before Kofi started soliciting for funds for him.

But it was sensitive so i didn't mention it.

I only cried when it was revealed to me.

I don't want to be a pastor neither do i want to be a prophetess. But the gift I've been suppressing, i want to make...

Posted by Joyce Dzidzor Mensah on Thursday, November 12, 2020