I have ‘resurrected’ from death before so I’m not afraid to DIE – Prophet Nigel Gaisie brags

Founder and leader of True Word Prophetic Fire Ministries, Prophet Nigel Gaisie, has revealed doctors at the Police Hospital some time ago declared him dead but he miraculously survived, insisting that no amount of intimidation, name-calling or opposition either spiritually or physically can stop him from witnessing about his Jesus Christ.

Prophet Gaisie, popular for his controversial prophecies and predictions, declared that no human can stop him from carrying out his mandate as a prophet except death or Jesus Christ.

“Since my childhood, I have faced the wisest of opposition spiritually and physically but via it all, The hand of the Lord kept me even when the medical doctors at police hospital declared me dead…No amount of intimidation, set up or name-callings will stop me from WITNESSING ABOUT MY JESUS CHRIST…AM FOCUSED. Only two things can stop me: Jesus Christ Himself or death…” he wrote on social media.

Prophet Gaisie came under criticism from a section of Ghanaians when he prophesied recently that former President John Mahama and the National Democratic Congress (NDC) will win this year’s election with about 52.1%.

Notable among his critics was singer Mabel, a known NDC member, who called him out for seeking fame and money through his prophecies about John Mahama and the NDC.

He was during the 31st December 2019 watch night service reported to have said “The Lord said through John Dramani Mahama , he’s going to place the nation at a good place. Every prophecy has an investment to make and if the NDC should plan, think and invest now, in the history of Ghanaian politics and in the history of prophecies in Ghana I don’t think God has given any percentage to any Prophet. I saw that the NDC will win the next Presidential election with 51.2%.”

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