Prophet Nigel Gaisie, the founder of Prophetic Hill Chapel, has retaliated against those who disparage him and other prophets in Ghana.
This follows previous discussions regarding the role of prophecies in the entertainment industry and spirituality. Many people, including Bullet, CEO of Rufftown Records, have condemned some religious leaders as being “Doomsday prophets” because of the nature of their prophecies, including prophet Nigel Gaisie.
Prophet Nigel Gaisie underlined the value of respecting pastors, prophets, and clergymen in Ghana when speaking on the United Showbiz show presented by MzGee on September 16, which was monitored by 1Family radio. He warned against ignoring their significance by pointing out that some people have access to heavenly revelations on the future of the nation.
“It won’t assist any of us in this country if people like Bullet don’t respect the importance of pastors, prophets, and priests in the nation. He explained that this is because, to them, they are particular aspects of the nation.
By saying that “if I want to disclose what God has revealed to me about the enterprise where he is CEO, there may not be peace in this country,” he further indicated that he had received revelations about Bullet.
Prophet Gaisie also highlighted one person who, in his vision, had a wife who was pregnant, and he made the suggestion that the conclusion might be delayed because the person was a member of a particular organization.