- Prophet Nigel Gaisie has told why he only prophesies doom
- He said the media thrives on negativity and for that matter doom prophecy is important
- Gaisie also said God reveals positive things to him as well
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The founder and leader of Prophet Hill Chapel, Prophet Nigel Gaisie, has revealed why he prophesices doom.
According to him, the Ghanaian media thrives on negative news and so the need for him to go negatively with his prophecies.
Nigel added, however, that God gives him positive prophecies but he prefers to go with the negative one.
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He made this revelation in an interview he had with Berla Mundi monitored by YEN.com.gh on TV3.
“The media thrives on negative prophecies. If you tell the positive ones, nobody listens. That is why we like to tell the negative ones,” Nigel Gaisie said.
He explained that this does not mean that God does not give him positive prophecies, just that he likes to go viral with the negative ones.
Asked if he has ever been bothered about people calling him a fake prophet, Nigel said he did not care at all.
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"Even Jesus Christ was not accepted in his own town so why should this bother me, I don't care at all if people doubt my credibility, that is not a problem at all," Gaisie stressed.
Giasie is noted for his prophecies including the death of the late diva Ebony Reigns.
He has made other prophecies which he claimed all came to pass.
Nigel also prophesied that President Akufo-Addo will receive the shock of his life after election 2020.
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