There Will Be Prophecies On Friday, I Am Not A Coward – Nigel Gaisie

There Will Be Prophecies On Friday, I Am Not A Coward – Nigel Gaisie

The renown Prophet, Nigel Gaisie objects the cautious statement released by the Ghana Police Service warning churches on prophecies. The self-acclaimed man of God says there will surely be prophecies on the Friday and he is not a coward.


The founder and the leader of Prophetic Chapel Hill, Prophet Nigel Gaisie has said that he will surely prophecy if he is so directed by God. In a post by the man of God, he revealed that, all media house came to his office.


Speaking to the media, he argued that prophecies are just like dreams. He quizzes that who has ever dreamt and have material evidence of the dream.

“I read in somewhere that you have to bring material evidence whether the prophecy. Who has ever dreamt and have material evidence of your dream? The greater component pf prophecy is dream. What they are saying doesn’t wash but for me we will have a way.” He informed TV3.


He further stated that, he will prophecy as they cross over to next year and that he will speak the mind of God. He added that, he is not a coward, for he has been called by God.

“We will cross , I will prophecy in all confidence, there will not be any shadow on that, I will speak the mind of God. Personally, I am not one of the cowards, I have been called by God, I have an assignment and whoever is coming after the church is making a big mistake,” he told TV3 in an interview.


The prophet’s rebound statement follows cautious items stated by Ghana Police Service in a release to Churches and their leaders. Some excepts from the police statement to the Churches read below.

“Over the years, communication of prophecies of harm, danger and death, by some religious leaders, have created tension and panic in the Ghanaians society and put the lives of many people in fear and danger.”

“We want to caution that under Ghanaian law, it is a crime for a person to publish or reproduce a statement, rumour or report which is likely to cause fear and alarm to the public or to disturb the public peace, where that person has no evidence to prove that the statement, rumour or report is true.”

“It is also a crime for a person, by means of electronic communications service, to knowingly send a communication that is false and misleading and likely to prejudice the efficiency of life saving service or to endanger the safety of any person.”

The service further informs, that a person found guilty under these laws could be liable to a term of imprisonment up to five years.


“We therefore wish to caution all Ghanaians, especially religious groups and leaders to be measured in their utterances, especially how they communicate prophecies, which may injure the right of others and the public interest.”

“The Ghana Police Service wishes to place on a record that the police are not against prophecies; we acknowledge that we Ghanaians are religious people who know, and believe in the centrality of God in our lives.”


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