I'm no prophet of doom, I say what God tells me - Nigel Gaise.
The founder of True Word Prophetic Fire Ministries, TWPFM (Grace Chapel) Prophet Nigel Gaisie says it will be wrong for anyone to assume that he rides on doom prophecies to be popular since he is a genuine man of God who only tells what he hears from God.
According to him, he has been in the prophetic ministry for long over a decade and will not slur his image with false prophecies just to be popular and at the expense of the true word of God.
“ I didn’t become who I am today because my prophecies get national attention. It is a gift God has blessed me with. When I see something, I say it. I have been on radio for the past 14 years and TV as well so it will be wrong for anyone to assume that I'm riding on doom prophecies just to be popular or attach it to my popularity now," he stated".
Prophet Gaisie who had been called on phone during a discussion on false prophecies on UTV's United Showbiz yesterday, expressed frustrations at how Ghanaians undervalue their own prophets but hail same and hold them in high esteem from other countries.
“If there is a prophecy from Ghana, we do not value it but when it is from another prophet from a different country, we rather pay attention to it," he stated.
Prophet Gaisie similarly expressed concerns about a demeaning statement from one of the panelist on the show and revealed that the continuous disrespect had forced him to turn down media interviews.
" In the name of speaking my mind, people disrespect you by saying anything and talking anyhow to you," he added.
Prophet Nigel Gaise who was not happy with what one of the panelist statement on him said he declines interview from media houses because of this same disrespect.