Founder and leader of True Word Prophetic Fire Ministry, Nigel Gaisie has declared that prayers need to go up for award-winning Ghanaian actor Chris Attoh.
According to the popular preacher noted for a number of doom prophecies, the “Six Hours To Christmas” star’s life was in danger and he stood the risk of being shot.
While speaking at the 2019 Watch night service at his church, Gaisie called for supplication for Attoh saying he was likely to be shot if nothing was done to avert what he was seeing in the spiritual realms.
Prophet Gaisie, stressing on the fact that he was talking specifically speaking about Chris Attoh stated that the shooting was going to be just like what happened to the actor’s wife.
The preacher gave hints as to the identity of the actor and said he had been exposed to the international scene, was dark in complexion and very handsome.
“The Lord said we should pray for one actor who has C and Atta in his name… In fact, the Lord has given him international exposure. I saw that he had been shot. He is Ghanaian actor, he is dark in complexion and he is very handsome. I saw that he had been shot. And don’t let them joke with my prophecy because the spirit of the Lord is upon me.
The Lord said the way they shot the wife, they are planning to kill him. May he hear and work on it. Praise the name of the Lord,” the preacher said amidst shouts from the congregants.
It would be recalled that Chris Attoh’s late wife, Betty Jennifer, was shot dead in America while on her way home from work.
The list of over 20 prophecies has gone viral on social media on a page associated with the founder and leader of the True Word Prophetic Fire Ministry.
Amongst the prophecies are predictions about the possible manipulation of the Togolese political system by the sitting president, Faure Gnassingbe.
Prophet Gaisie also indicated that the Lord has rejected the government of President Nana Addo-Dankwa Akufo-Addo.
As a result, he went on, there is a possible return of former president John Dramani Mahama with a 52.1% win in the 2020 general elections.