Nigel Gaisie’s latest doom prophecy about Stonebwoy, Efya and Patapaa’s planned accident (VIDEO)

Popular Ghanaian Prophet Nigel Gaisie has revealed to his congregation what he saw in the spiritual realm regarding four Ghanaian celebrities.

Nigel Gaisie prophesy about  Stonebwoy, Efya  and Patapaa’s planned accident

According to the leader and founder of the Prophetic Hill Chapel, he was with four other Ghanaian musicians in a room in the spiritual realm.

Nigel Gaisie mentioned dancehall musicians Stonebwoy, Efya, and Patapaa as the musicians in the room. He, however, refused to mention the name of the fourth person claiming he does not respect.

He revealed that Stonebwoy, Patapaa, and Efya were able to come out of the room but, there’s a planned accident ahead of Patapaa.

More shockingly, Nigel said Pataapa has been sent to a Voodoo, but all the charms will not work against him.

For the disrespectful artistes, Nigel Gaisie saw death on the horizon. But again, he insisted he won't mention his name.

He sent a strong warning to the said artiste not to joke about his prophecy, adding that a different prophet had already prophesied about him.

Nigel Gaisie believes he doesn't prophecy to get famous or for clout but rather communicates what God has revealed to him.

“I saw four musicians together with me in a room, I won’t mention the other guy’s name because he does not respect. I saw Patapaa, Stonebwoy, and last called Efya. I saw Stonebwoy, Patapaa, and Efya coming out of the room. There is a planned accident ahead of Patapaab. He has been sent to the gods to tie him, but it won’t work. He will be involved in an accident, but it won’t work.”

“I saw death hovering around one Ghanaian musician who doesn’t respect so I won’t mention his name. He is a male," he added.

The latest prophecy of Nigel Gaisie comes in the wake of the rising prophecy of doom about Ghanaian celebrities, mostly, which has led to Shatta Wale being behind bars.

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