Dooms day prophecy: Prophet Nigel's Cape Coast road accident comes to pass (video)

Dooms day prophecy: Prophet Nigel's Cape Coast road accident comes to pass (video)

- Prophet Nigel Gaisie revealed in a video that in the realms of the spirit, there would be accidents on two major roads which include the Cape-Coast road and Linda Dor on the Accra-Kumasi road

- He added that the accident was going to claim the lives of not less than 20 people

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With less than 15 days into the new year, it appears one of Prophet Nigel Gaisie’s doomsday prophecies could not be averted.

Two of his December 2019 prophecies have come to pass and his followers are surprised even though they did not doubt the spiritual abilities of the prophet who happens to be the founder and leader of the Prophetic Hill Chapel.

According to a report sighted on GhanaWeb, Prophet Nigel Gaisie revealed in a video that in the realms of the spirit, there would be accidents on two major roads which include the Cape-Coast road and Linda Dor on the Accra-Kumasi road.

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Prophet Nigel Gaisie added that the accident was going to claim the lives of not less than 20 people.

Sadly, there was a fatal accident on the Cape-Coast Takoradi road on the dawn of Tuesday, January 14, 2020, which can be taken as a confirmation of Prophet Nigel Gaisie’s revelation.

He, however, prayed to avert any such occurrence, like to confirm the saying "the lord reveals to redeem"

Cape-Coast road accident: Nigel Gaisie’s prophecy comes to pass

Source: UGC
Source: UGC

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YEN.com.gh earlier reported that about thirty-four people died with many others injured in an accident that happened at 12:15 am Tuesday, on the Cape Coast-Takoradi Highway.

According to Graphic Online among the dead are 20 males, 11 females and three children.

Further information reveals that 29 people died on the spot while the remaining died at the Cape Coast Teaching Hospital.

Eyewitnesses said both drivers died instantly with one of them having his body trapped in the mangled vehicle.

The accident involved two Yutong buses which had a head-on collision on the Dompoase Junction near Komenda Junction.

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