Nigel Gaisie, the founder and leader of Prophetic Hill Chapel (PHC) has taken a swipe at the government for allegedly monitoring the activities of churches in Ghana. According to him, National Intelligence Bureau (NIB) Operatives are being deployed to some 'targeted' churches to monitor what they preach to their congregations.
He exclaimed that times are hard and that the government better welcomes the criticisms and work at it other than pick on churches. Nigel Gaisie stressed that no amount of threat or attempt to control the churches would ever work.
In a Facebook post, the outspoken Prophet questioned why the government and its national security agency would ever embark on such actions when there are much more troubling matters in the country.
"In today's Ghana,NIB Operatives are sent to some perceived churches to monitor men of God and the messages that come out of the pulpit.
"Why worry if you are doing the right things, Selah?Nothing is working. Times are hard. After ignorantly attacking the church without any evidence, they want to regulate things of the spirit by their infamous presence in our churches."
With a #CULTURE OF SILENCE IS A REALITY#, Nigel Gaisie noted that the name calling and victimisation won't stop him from speaking the truth.
"Call me names,I don't caret. Time has a way of vindicating a good man."
It is not the first time such statement had been made by Nigel Gaisie. This pronouncement was very frequent during the 2020 elections. It is not clear, if his claims are true, why such national security operatives would be monitoring him.
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