Prophet Nigel Gaisie, the founder and head of the Prophetic Hill Chapel, has hinted that he and other prophets are prepared to call the Ghana Police Service’s bluff about the dissemination of prophecies.
The controversial man of God defiantly argued during a Power FM interview that prophets serve as God’s spokespersons and that trying to regulate them would be like trying to put a check on God, which is impossible.
Making his point clear, Nigel said God had already given him 47 predictions to share with Ghanaians on the watch night of December 31. As he continues to get ready for what he thinks will be a mammoth service, Nigel Gaisie predicts that the number will rise.
“We are not scared of the prophecies because we speak the mind of God not humans. Already God has revealed 47 things to me and there could be more. Before midnight Saturday, we could get more.
“God has revealed a lot of things to me and I’m not alone. Other prophets have also received prophecies. We are ready to speak the minds of God so Ghana police should avert their minds to the serious in the country and leave the prophets and church to do the work of God.
“If the spirit of God is in you, you say it as it is, you don’t get scared. There will be prophecies on Ghana, South Africa, Nigeria, and England. We have prophecies on IGP. Prophecy number 14 is about the IGP. I’ve seen something about him so I will say it. I’m surprised he is acting that way because he is Pentecostal,” he said.
Furthermore, mentioned how ‘fake’ prophets can be distinguished from genuine ones.
According to him, the accuracy of prophecies and the boldness of the prophets are some of the ways Prophets could be determined in the country.
“The best way to differentiate between fake and real prophets is whether their prophecies manifest. No prophet has a 100% record on prophecies. It can never be 100% because we pray against some of things and we also sometimes see things halfway. The sign of boldness is also another factor,” he said.