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Don’t Politicize Prophecy – Prophet Nigel Gaisie Warns John Kumah’s Wife

Gaisie Urges Not to Politicize Prophecy, Stresses Spiritual Integrity

by Ikeoluwa Juliana Ogungbangbe
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In the wake of Deputy Finance Minister Dr. John Kumah’s untimely death, Prophet Nigel Gaisie, General Overseer of the Prophetic Hill Chapel, has issued a stern warning against the misuse of prophetic messages for political gains. His cautionary message specifically addressed Apostle Mrs. Lilian Kumah, the widow of the late minister, urging her not to be swayed by political interests that aim to undermine the integrity of prophetic work. Dr. Kumah, who also served as the Member of Parliament for Ejisu in the Ashanti Region, passed away on Thursday, March 7, 2024, after battling a brief illness. Prophet Gaisie had previously prophesied Dr. Kumah’s death during a 31st-night service in December 2023, a revelation that became widely discussed following the minister’s passing.

Apostle Kumah, in response to the prophecy and subsequent public discourse, accused Prophet Gaisie of exploiting their personal relationship for notoriety. She recounted their long-standing acquaintance with Gaisie, highlighting his close ties to the family and his initial ministry endeavors in Ghana. Her comments were aired in a recorded interview on Asaase Radio, suggesting that the prophet leveraged insider knowledge under the guise of divine revelation.

Countering these accusations, Prophet Gaisie, in a live social media broadcast, expressed his efforts to share further insights from his revelation with Dr. Kumah but claimed he was obstructed from doing so. Gaisie portrayed Apostle Kumah’s public remarks as an attempt to discredit his prophetic ministry, influenced by political figures opposed to his spiritual work. The back-and-forth between Apostle Kumah and Prophet Gaisie underscores a complex intersection of faith, politics, and personal grief. Gaisie’s admonition to avoid politicizing religious prophecy speaks to broader concerns about the authenticity and ethical considerations surrounding prophetic practices in contemporary religious communities.

As the conversation unfolds, it illuminates the challenges faced by religious leaders in maintaining credibility and the delicate balance between personal relationships and public ministry. The debate also highlights the profound impact of prophetic declarations on individuals and families, prompting a critical examination of the responsibilities that come with the prophetic mantle.

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