Celebrated Ghanaian preacher, Prophet Nigel Gaisie has said, despite police caution against “doom” prophecies, he would still go ahead to make them public.
According to him, he is not ready to kowtow to the whims and caprices of the police administration that restricts prophets and “men of God’ from communicating the mind of the God Almighty to His people.
His reaction comes on the back of a police communique that announced that a prophet or religious organization could be prosecuted if a prophecy made by an individual was not properly substantiated.
Per the police statement, any prophecy that creates fear and alarm will eventually result in the arrest of the prophet or the leader of the religious organization.
Therefore, it had cautioned ahead of time that prophetic declarations at the end of the year are made with decorum and proper circumspection.
However, Founder and Leader of the Prophetic Chapel Hill, Prophet Nigel Gaisie has said he is not a coward and would not be intimidated by the police order.
He maintained that he would relay the revelations he would get from God to his people at the end of the year no matter how severe or unpleasant it may sound.
“I read somewhere that you have to bring material evidence whether the prophecy is true or false.” Who has ever dreamed and has material proof of your dream? A dream is the most important component of prophecy. What they’re saying doesn’t hold water with me, but we’ll find a way.
“We will cross, I will prophesy with complete confidence, there will be no shadow on that, I will speak God’s mind.” “I am not one of the cowards; I have been called by God, I have an assignment, and whoever comes after the church is making a huge mistake,” he told TV3 in an interview.