The founder and leader of the Prophetic Hill Chapel, Nigel Gaisie has reacted to police warning to pastors against 31st Night prophecies which they say brings panic to Ghanaians.
According to him he will prophesy in all confidence because he has been called by God and there will be no shadow on it.
I read in somewhere that you have to bring material evidence about the prophecy. Who has ever dreamt and had material evidence of their dream. The greater component of prophecy is dream. What they are saying doesn’t wash but for me we will have a way.
We will cross, I will prophesy in all confidence, there will not be any shadow on that, I will speak of God. Personally, I am not one of the cowards, I have been called by God, I have an assignment and whoever is coming after the Church is making a mistake”, he said while speaking in an interview on TV3.
This comes after the Ghana Police Service warned pastors to be careful of the prophecies they make on 31st night as those that causes panic are illegal under the laws of Ghana.