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‘My prophecy Was About ‘Sherif Black’ Not Black Sherif’ – Nigel Gaisie

‘My prophecy Was About ‘Sherif Black’ Not Black Sherif’ - Nigel Gaisie
Latest Posts » ‘My prophecy Was About ‘Sherif Black’ Not Black Sherif’ – Nigel Gaisie

The leader and founder of Prophetic Hill Chapel, Prophet Nigel Gaisie, has made a U-turn following his recent prophecy about Ghanaian musician, Black Sherif.

During a phone conversation with MzGee on UTV’s United Showbiz, Nigel was questioned whether Black Sherif and his management had approached him about the prophecy. He responded that the prophecy wasn’t intended for the rapper, despite the similarity in names.

Prophet Nigel Gaisie
Prophet Nigel Gaisie

He clarified that in the spiritual realm, he saw someone called “Sherrif Black,” not the rapper Black Sherif, contrary to what some may have imagined.

Nigel Gaisie as a man of God emphasised his unshakeable dedication to the prophecy, adding that he would not alter or embellish it.

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He was also questioned whether his ‘Sherif Black’ is a popular figure or “star,” to which he responded that he often receives criticism for his prophetic words, which is why he typically refrains from offering further explanations after making a prediction.

He emphasised his track record of past prophesies coming true, mentioning examples such as the late Ebony, the Gabon Coup, and the issue with IGP Dampare, all of which he considered to have happened as prophesied.

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“I heard ‘Sherif Black’ not ‘Black Sherif’…..I was Sherif Black that i saw in the realms. Prophecy always comes with figurative and like I said, it better to say than to be sorry because people always haul insults and dent the image on prophets after being prophesied. But what I’m trying to say that we build nation with talents and gifts.

“I’m not prophesying by the inspirational of God that he should come to me because when I prophesy i don’t explained myself because I don’t add and omit some portion from it. But i don’t want to talk about this despite receiving a lot calls from other TV stations regarding my prophecy about ‘Black Sherif’ – Prophet Nigel Gaisie said.


Prophet Nigel Gaise has taken to social media to call for prayers for Black Sherif, after having a worrying prophecy about the Ghanaian musician.

The founder of the True Word Prophetic Fire Ministries in his revelation, mentioned that he saw Black Sherif’s mother in tears.

Although he didn’t elaborate on the prophecy’s meaning, he advised the singer’s family to begin praying for him.

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Prophet Nigel Gaise shared his thoughts on Facebook, admitting that some may criticise or doubt his message.

Nevertheless, he emphasized that he considers it his duty, despite the occupational hazards of being a trusted prophetic voice.

Sharing the prophecy on Facebook, he wrote “they will say, why didn’t you say it! Why did you say it? Which ever way, I will say it tho I am very aware some will come and abuse me tho, they no*very well that I am a very trusted voice in the prophetic I have come to accept it and calls it*,Occupational Hazards*”.

He further implored – “Let the family of *Sheriff Black*….PRAY FOR HIM AND TALK TO HIM DEEPLY, I I DIDNT LIKE WHAT I SAW ABOUT HIM SOME FEW MINUTES AGO…..Life Is PRICELESS.I saw the mother crying uncontrollably *** (if nothing is done about this, Ghana will not hear a good news may be before December)”

You may call The Ghana Police Authority issued a severe warning to pastors, prophets, and religious leaders last December against doom prophecy at their traditional 31st night church services.

The purpose of this warning was to encourage religious leaders to use caution in their messages in order to prevent causing fear and panic among the people while still adhering to Ghana’s religious freedom laws.

The Police statement also emphasised the need of the general public, particularly faith-based organisations, adhering to the law while practising their beliefs.

It stressed that exercising such rights should not infringe on the rights of others or be contrary to the public interest.


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