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We Are Not At All Alarmed By Your Threat Over The 31st Prophecies – Nigel Gaisie Challenges IGP



The statement from the Ghana Police Service warning men of God about prophecies on December 31st night did not worry them at all, according to Prophet Nigel Gaisie, the founder and leader of Prophetic Hill Chapel.

The Ghana Police Service issued a caution against the spread of false predictions on December 27 in advance of the watch night celebrations on December 31.

The police also pleaded with the populace, particularly pastors and prophets, to exercise caution when giving their prophesies.

In a statement, the Ghana Police Service noted that “a year ago today, December 27, 2021, the Ghana Police Service drew the general public’s attention, especially members of the religious community, to the law regarding the communication of prophecies and encouraged compliance with the law to ensure continuous security and law and order in the country.

Prophet Nigel Gaisie stated, however, in an interview with Power FM that “what the police have said does not concern us one bit. You don’t need to be afraid, and he won’t be afraid either, I know as a prophet sent by God. We speak what God says because we don’t speak according to man.

He absolutely declared that on the 31st Night, men of God will speak in the nation exactly as God commands them to speak, not according to the wishes of men.

“Whatever God gives us to say, we will say. I have already received 47 revelations from God. 47 revelations have come to me. He provided the quotation as support.

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