Founder of Prophetic Hill Chapel, Prophet Nigel Gaisie on 31st crossover service to 2021 in his church revealed a prophesy about the Tepa Traditional area and it’s King, Tepa Manhene, Nana Adusei Atwenewaa Ampem I finally reacts.
Prophet Nigel Gaisie revealed prophesies during his watchnight service to crossover to 2021 in his church with some concerning the Ashanti Kingdom, Grace Omaboe, also known as Maame Dokono, Yaw Sarpong, death of a popular female artist, John Mahama winning the Supreme Court petition and many more, click here to watch the full video.
Nigel Gaisie prophesied about Ashanti Kingdom in his prophesy number 2 and added Nana Adusei Atwenewaa Ampem I, the Paramount chief of Tepa Traditional Area in his prophesy number 3.
His prophesy about Ashanti Kingdom, Nigel Gaisie revealed “Dark clouds are hovering around the Ashanti Kingdom“.
Also prophesying about Tepa Manhene, the Founder of Prophetic Hill Chapel, Prophet Nigel Gaisie revealed “let’s pray for Tepa traditional area and it’s King“.
Reacting to this news, Nana Tepa Manhene in an interview with Oheneba Media monitored by Thedistin.com has revealed that he has heard of the prophesy because his loved ones outside Ghana and within the country have sent the video to him.
When asked if he believes in prophesy, Nana Adusei Atwenewaa Ampem I stated that he’s a Christian and believes in prophesies because it is something that exists and even the Bible talks about it.
Nana Tepa Manhene again stated that he received the news in happiness and he is not by any means moved by the prophesy because Nigel Gaisie did not specify that he will pass away but it could be that he has seen a big development in Tepa in his prophesy and has had the revelation from God.
Since Nigel Gaisie has been controversial in predicting doom prophesies, Nana Adusei Atwenewaa Ampem I said he does not know the man of God but he will take his prophesy seriously even though he has other men of God who pray for him so the outcome of the prophesy will come out as positive.
Nana Adusei Atwenewaa Ampem I therefore advised that Ghanaians should not joke with prophesies and should desist from tagging men of God as fake.
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