Prophet Nigel Gaisie on Prophecy to IGP Dampare
Prophet Nigel Gaisie on Prophecy to IGP Dampare

Prophet Nigel Gaisie from the Prophetic Hill Chapel has urged Inspector General of Police, George Akuffo Dampare, to reconsider the prohibition of prophecies following the passing of Deputy Finance Minister John Kumah.

Gaisie argues that the minister’s death should make the police realize the significance of spiritual guidance in preventing potential risks.

During an interview on Okay FM on March 8, 2024, he disclosed that he had predicted a forthcoming threat related to the deceased minister. However, he was unable to openly communicate his prophecy due to the prohibition on prophecy.

“Over the years, if I see something like that, I will just say it when I am preaching, but we have been advised about death prophecies, that we should try to reach out to the person.

“So, I asked one of my junior pastors, Pastor Godsway, to go to his house. He went there about three times, but unfortunately, on all those occasions, he didn’t meet him,” he explained.

He added: “This must be a wake-up call to the IGP to allow the prophets to prophesy; this should be a wake-up call to the nation that spirituality works, life is spiritual, and God won’t do anything without revealing it to His servants.

“So, if you are a president, MP, or whoever it is, you are under the power of God, and God has selected some people as his men and women, so don’t joke with prophecy, don’t joke with dreams,” he warned.

John Kumah died on March 7th at the Suhum Government Hospital.


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