I Saw People Die At AFCON 2022 – Fearless Nigel Gaisie Strikes Again

Prophet Nigel Gaisie, the General Overseer of the Prophet Hill Chapel International, has struck again with a revelation he reportedly had on the yet-to-be played Africa Cup of Nations.

The Lord has revealed to Nigel the doom bound to happen at the African Cup Of Nations scheduled to be played in Cameroon this year.

Nigel Gaisie is quoted to have predicted that there will be chaos at the 2022 AFCON tournament which may lead to the death of many football fans.

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The man Of God has since beseeched authorities in Cameroon and other countries participating in the 2022 tournament to dedicate time to pray before commencing the competition this January.

“This is an international prophecy. The Lord carried my spirit into a place like Cameroon concerning the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations. I saw something like players standing on a stretcher and they were in pain as some of them were crying,”

“Let the nation Cameroon pray and any other qualified team also do same because I’m seeing something like a terrorist attack and explosive attacks. I’m seeing that something happened at the stadium and the whole place was in disorder and people died, he is quoted to have said on the 31st cross-over service according to Ghanaweb.

The African Cup Of Nations was first scheduled to start in June 2021 but had its date moved to January the same year to avoid heavy rains during that season in Cameroon.

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It was later rescheduled to 2022 due to the heavy toll of the coronavirus pandemic of the world.

The AFCON tournament is scheduled to take place two days from today, 9 January to 6 February 2022 and will be hosted by Cameroon.

An opening match between Cameroon, the host nation, and Burkina Faso will kick of the tournament at the new 60,000-seat Olembe Stadium in Yaounde.

SOURCE: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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