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God Has Shown Me 47 Things; The 14th Prophecy Is For The IGP And I’ll Express It – Nigel Gaisie

The Founder and head of the Prophetic Hill Chapel, Prophet Nigel Gaisie, has reiterated his disagreement with the Ghana Police Service over its attempt to regulate prophecies during 31st Watch Night services.

The controversial prophet, who has already called the bluff of the Ghana Police Service and advised them to spend their energies on dealing with hard crime instead of pursuing prophets, says he has received 47 prophecies from God for the 31st watch night service, one of which is focused on the Inspector General of Police, George Akuffo Dampare.

In an interview with Accra-based Power FM, Prophet Nigel Gaisie said it is impossible to stop prophets since prophets are God’s mouthpieces.

“Since we communicate God’s will and not our own, we have nothing to fear from the prophesies. God has shown me 47 things so far, and there may be more. We might be able to acquire more if we order by Saturday night at midnight.

“It’s not only me to whom God has revealed a great deal. It’s not only me who gets forecasts from other prophets. We are prepared to express the will of God, therefore the police in Ghana should stop worrying about trivial matters and let the church and its prophets to deal with the real problems in the country.

“If God’s spirit is in you, you won’t be afraid to tell it like it is. Various countries, including Ghana, South Africa, Nigeria, and England, will be the subject of future predictions. The IGP is the subject of prophesies. The IGP is mentioned in the fourteenth prophecy. What I’ve observed of him warrants an opinion, and therefore I shall express it. Because of his Pentecostal faith, I find his behavior puzzling “His words.

“Real prophets may be identified by the accuracy of their predictions. There is no prophet who has always been right. There will always be some degree of uncertainty since we pray against some things and only see things partially”. The audacious behavior is a contributing component, “That’s what he had to say, he clarified.”

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