Prophet Nigel Gaisie has stated that no matter how serious the issue, he will never prophesy about some Ghanaian musicians.
Shatta Wale, Okyeame Kwame, and Fameye were among the musicians cited by the founders of True Word Prophetic Fire Ministries (Grace Chapel).
The insults he receives when he forecasts them, according to the man of God, have influenced him to decide not to divulge what God reveals to him.
Shatta Wale, in particular, the prophet alleged, relishes criticizing him anytime he makes a prophecy about him public. He stated that before Shatta Wale got to stardom in the music industry, he used to pray for him when his mother attended his church.
“There is no way God will reveal something about Shatta Wale to me so that I won’t say it.” Regardless of the Holy Spirit’s prompting, I will not speak anything about Okyeame Kwame.
“I won’t say anything because, when Shatta Wale was Bandana, his mother used to bring pictures to my church for us to pray for him a lot.” “After God raised them, when we speak God’s mind, they want to attack,” he explained.
Prophet Nigel Gaisie stated of Fameye, “he was my son when I was at Mile 7.” I used to pour oil on him when he came to church. He conceals his head before entering the church grounds now that God has revived him. So why would I come across something about Fameye and mention it?
“I won’t because prophecy is supposed to glorify God, but some people believe they are God and powerful because they don’t learn from history.” So there’s no way I’ll see something about them and say something about it,” he added.