Popular Christian preacher, Prophet Nigel Gaisie says his life is in danger having noticed recently that three men on motorbikes have been stalking him.
The founder of the True Word Prophetic Ministry International, Prophet Nigel Gaisie, is alleging that his life is in danger from three men on motorbikes armed with guns.
According to a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Ghana Crusader, Prophet Gaisie believes the men have only one intention: to kill him.
Sources close to Gaisie say he has had to change cars on some occasions in order to avoid being detected.
The source is quoted as saying: “Last week, he had to drive into the premises of the nearest police station. The guys on motorbike were chasing him. Our Prophet stayed in there for a long time and used a different car home."
In one of the accounts, the supposed hitmen managed to locate the home of Prophet Gaisie but fortunately, he was not at home.
The report continued that the Christian preacher is currently moving from one hideout to another so as to avoid a pattern of one roof under which he lays his head.
The Ghana Crusader report continued that an analyses of the mobile phone records of Nigel Gaisie have revealed that the prophet has constantly been receiving death threats recently.
His church members fear Prophet Gaisie might meet the worst if security agencies do not take necessary steps to protect the life of their leader.
Gaisie has been known to meddle in politics with some of his supposed divinely inspired predictions. Some apparently believe his supposed hitmen were sent by politicians.
He once said that he saw a cloud of mourning and sorrow descending on the New Patriotic Party (NPP) people following the re-entry of John Mahama of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) into the 2020 election.
Nigel Gaisie also claimed in 2018 that the NPP would attempt to compile a new voters’ register and that Ghanaians would rise up to thwart that effort.
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