Prior to this, Prophet Nigel Gaisie has previously reaffirmed that he is not afraid of IGP Damapre and that he will continue to deliver predictions as long as God continues to speak to him.
The founder and head of Prophetic Hill Chapel firmly asserted that, despite the Ghana Police Service’s ban, he would continue to preach God’s message to Ghanaians on the 31st night in an interview that aired just three days ago on Power FM.
A prophecy for the Inspector-General of Police (IGP), Dr. George Akuffo Dampare, was also alluded to by the self-styled prophet during his impending watch night session on December 31.
Prophet Nigel Gaisie claims that he witnessed IGP Dampare’s boots being removed from him while ministering to his congregation last night.
This merely indicates that he will shortly be fired.
“The Lord took my spirit to the Republic of Y3mpe Nokore, and I saw that there was a change in IGP. In the realms of the spirit, I saw the IGP and his boots were taken off.
“I dreamt, I saw and it’ll come to pass If they don’t pray about it”
Like Owusu Bempah, Nigel Gaisie disregarded the Ghana Police Service’s directive to refrain from spreading fear and anxiety through his “doom” forecasts.
The law enforcement agency should decide if Nigel Gaisie’s prophecy qualifies as one that raises anxiety.
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