- Nigel Gaisie has indicated that saying Morocco was in North America was just a slip of tongue
- The man of God said he was just human and he was susceptible to making errors
- He was seen in a video dropping some 12 prophecies for the year 2021 at his annual 31st Watch Night Service
The founder of Prophetic Hill Chapel, Prophet Nigel Gaisie, has indicated that he did not mean to say Morocco was in North America in his recent new year prophecy video.
In a new video sighted by YEN.com.gh on Instagram, the outspoken prophet indicated that he was only human and that what he said was just a slip of tongue.
He said he was in the spirit when he was making the pronouncements and that as a human being, he was bound to make mistakes once in a while.
Moving on from the error, the televangelist said the attack he saw could hit any of the North African countries but he saw Morocco in the spirit.
The preacher said he saw a coup d'etat in one of the African countries that is why he mentioned something about Africa's security.
He added that he had moved away from making 'raw' prophecies and pronouncements which has seen him dropping prophecies clouded in parables.
Nigel Gaisie caught the attention of social media users on December 31, 2020 when he made some prophecies for the new year.
Among many other disasters, the man of God mistakenly said he saw an attack in a stadium in Morocco which is in North America instead of saying North Africa.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that while giving international prophecies, Nigel Gaisie said there was going to be a terrorist attack on America.
Prophet Nigel Gaisie asked for prayers to be said for America, Philipines and Paris as he saw some form of danger heading that direction.
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Coming to his home country Ghana, Prophet Nigel Gaisie indicated that he saw some darkness around the Asante Kingdom.
He also asked for prayers to be said for the Tepa Traditional area and its chief.
Nigel Gaisie called for prayers for the nation's security service and asked that it be tightened because he was seeing a spiritual attack on the outfit.
Moving on, the outspoken preacher said a very prominent preacher of the gospel as well as a popular artiste was going to pass away.
Again, he called for prayers for Ghanaian legends Yaw Sarpong and Grace Omaboe and also the Ghana Journalists Association.
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