Prophet Nigel Gaisie predicts doom for Kidi, Kuami Eugene and Kwesi Arthur in 2019

Prophet Nigel Gaisie predicts doom for Kidi, Kuami Eugene and Kwesi Arthur in 2019

Founder and leader of True Word Prophetic Fire Ministry; Prophet Nigel Gaisie, has prophesy that 2019 will not be a good year for artistes Kidi, Kuami Eugene and Kwesi Arthur.

In a video circulating on social media, the Prophet was captured while he was preaching to his congregation.

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Prophet Nigel Gaisie predicts doom for Kidi, Kuami Eugene and Kwesi Aruthur in 2019
Prophet Nigel Gaisie. Source: Facebook
Source: UGC

Clothed in a white cassock with a red scarf tied around his chest, the Prophet was heard saying, "personally I don't know these people. The Lord came to me and the Lord told me to tell these people" he said.

"This year 2019, the person called Kidi, its not a good year for him, Kuami Eugene, its not a good year for him, Kwesi Arthur, its not a good year for him," the prophet added.

Watching the video, one could note that it was during the December 31 Watch-night Service that Prophet Gaisie made these 'prophetic pronouncements.'

Kidi, Kuami Eugene and Kwesi Arthur are three young Ghanaian artistes who are currently making waves with their songs.

The 'Say You Love Me', 'Angela' and 'Grind Day' hitmakers performed at almost all concerts and parties in Ghana last year.

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The young acts who got really known in the Ghanaian industry barely two years ago also got opportunities to play gigs in Nigeria, U.K among others.

This is not the first time Prophet Nigel Gaisie is pronouncing doom on people terming it as 'prophecy'.

When popular Ghanaian Dancehall artiste Ebony passed on in February 2018, the same Prophet Nigel Gaisie took credit for the death and said he 'prophesied' about her death.

In that regard, there was a video that circulated on social media at the time involving Prophet Nigel Gaisie saying the said artiste was likely to lose her life.

It seems pronouncing doom for celebrities and public figures especially during 31st December watch-night services has become a trend because videos of many other 'prophets of doom' are circulating on social media pronouncing doom on specific public figures.

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