Ghanaian singer Efya has gathered a strong group of prayer warriors to pray against Nigel Gaisie’s death prophecy after pretending she’s so hardcore online.
Efya, in a new video making rounds on social media, can be seen together with her family praying as hard as they can to stop her from dying as per Nigel Gaisie’s death prophecy.
Nigel Gaisie, who is the founder and leader of the Prophetic Hill Chapel, delivered a death prophecy recently targeted at the talented vocalist.
Gaisie said: “When I see things in the spirit, I don’t add or subtract. I say it as I’ve seen it and what I saw is musician Efya will die. I was there this dawn, last dawn and the Lord appeared to me and I saw it like you’re watching on TV. Don’t joke with me. Don’t joke with my prophecy. You can have your bias about me but when I see the thing and I say ‘thus sayeth the Lord, I mean don’t joke. So she should go see a spiritual person,”
Efya after the news came out, defiantly went online and said she would not die.
But apparently she was still a little scared to gather prayer warriors including her mum, the great broadcaster Nana Adwoa Awindor, to pray on her behalf.
I thought after her defiance she would have simply ignored the prophet, that would have been the right thing to do.
This prayer is just giving credence to his fake prophecy and will make Gaisie feel that people take him seriously when in reality nobody should listen to his ramblings.