I will not die - Efya reacts to Nigel Gaisie’s death prophecy

Ghanaian afro-pop songstress Efya rebukes prophet Nigel Gaisie’s death prophesy and says, ‘not today’ (in Arya Stark’s voice).


The controversial prophet who has been accused of raping musician Mzbel and other evil acts claimed in a video he posted online that the singer will die if she doesn’t see help from a prophet urgently.

"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," he claimed.

Nigel Gaisie further stated that he is not calling Efya to come and see him specifically, but he wants to her to visit any prophet to overturn what he vividly saw.

“Someone will say Prophet Nigel says these prophecies for fame. If you don’t know me, what is fame? I have a TV station in 16 African countries that work 24/7 so what else do I need? Is it money? I don’t have money, but the little God has given me, it is more than okay for me. And how much does she even have? She should go and see a man of God to cover her and that’s all," he said.

But, in Efya’s response, she told the preacher that she won’t die.

She stated this in a tweet, saying: “I WILL NOT DIE”.

Her tweet attracted positive response from Twitter fans and industry people including frequent collaborator Sarkodie.

“Amen and amen,” Sarkodie noted.

She later thanked fans and friends for praying for her: “Mehn y’all soo sweet sending me prayers .. thank u .. I Receive It In Jesus Name”.


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