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Ejura Brouhaha: Prophet Nigel Gaisie Drops Another Prophesy For Ghana

The founder and leader of Prophetic Hill Chapel, prophet Nigel Gaisie has dropped another controversial Prophesy for Ghana as Ejura killings has amazed Ghanaians.

The man of God stated that there's a very dangerous things ahead of Ghana because of what have started happening in the country. Prophet Nigel Gaisie's message to Ghanaians is describing his pass Prophesy he gave on Ghana when people insulted him about it and said he is a false prophet.

If Ghanaians could remember, before 2020 election, prophet Nigel Gaisie told Ghanaians that he saw two things ahead of Ghana and explained that if former President, John Dramani Mahama wins the election, Ghanaians will enjoy peace and safety Security but if Nana Akufo-Addo retain the presidential seat, Ghanaians will face a lot of trouble and there's will be hunger in the country.

He however Prophesied on 31st watch night service that this year Ghana will face some simple troubles which they won't expect and already this year, Ghanaians have witnessed how some things happened in the country which shocked them.

Recently, prophet Nigel Gaisie Prophesied that he saw blood shared in the country and yesterday's incident at Ejura has connotes what he said but he did not confirmed that as to either his Prophesy has come to pass or not.

Today, prophet Nigel Gaisie is giving another prophesy that he saw serous trouble and hunger ahead of Ghanaians as Ghanaians are killed demanding for a better Ghana.

"Patriotism Is WHEN One Stands For His Country And Not Any Other Interest!!! As a prophet, I see SERIOUS DANGER AND HUNGER AHEAD OF US. As a NATION, Something I have said times and times again. Alas.

"Your nation demands your devotion.

Let us all unite to uphold her.

And make her great and strong.

We are all involved* came into my head whiles thinking and praying for UMUAFIA" he said on his social media wall to Ghanaians.

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