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Prophecy was and is and will forever be – Prophet Nigel Gaisie reacts to police directives

Prophet Nigel Gaisie, founder and leader of the Prophetic Hill Chapel somewhat disagreed with the directive but said they will abide by it.

He said he already has 42 prophecies for the country which he would release during the watch night service.

“Prophecy was and is and will forever be. Personally, I think modern-day prophets are law-abiding so we will go by what they (police) are suggesting,” he said.

The police have urged religious groups and leaders to be measured in the communication of prophecies ahead of the 31st December watch night services.

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With the public interest in mind, the police stated that religious freedom is still subject to Ghana’s laws ahead of the watch night services, which are known for delivering prophecies by men of God.

The Odorkor branch of the  Glorious Word and Power Ministry, the church was vandalized after the head pastor of the church, Rev. Isaac Owusu Bempah incurred the wrath of some Muslims after a prophecy that the Chief Imam could die in 2019.

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