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Some people want Jerry Rawlings’s fingernails for rituals – Prophet Nigel Gaisie

Prophet Nigel Gaisie, founder and leader of Prophetic Hill Chapel, has dropped an enormous prophecy about the late former president of Ghana, Jerry John Rawlings, claiming that there is an agenda to get his fingernails and hair for rituals by a political party for political gains, ahead of elections and have warned his family member to keep their eyes closed on his dead body from now until the election is over.

The man of God has said that the chief of Anlo and the family of former President Rawlings should rise up now to go and immediately defend Rawlings’ corpses if a politician has not already decided to take his fingernails and hair for spiritual stuff before election day to obtain political benefits, and has already begun their acts against it.

The man of God warned that in his corner he was just a prophet and saw it coming because he was a prophet of God and he had to speak of it even though he saw it, and he had to voice it out as well.

Prophet Nigel Gaise has shared the Prophesy on his Official Facebook today to inform the family of Rawlings to rise up and protect the dead body immediately or else he will be used for spiritual sacrifice in the name of politics.

Prophet Nigel Gaise who saw what one political party wanted to gain from the upcoming elections have decided to use those things for their spiritual gains and warn with alarming words ” yoo yoo yoo” three times to mean this is very serious.

“Let the chief of Anlo, The Respected Family Of The Late Former President H.E.Rawlings keep a Consistent EYE AND ATTENTION AT WHERE HE IS NOW. There is an AGENDA TO GET HIS NAILS AND HAIR FOR A RITUAL FOR A POLITICAL GAIN. Again, they have been told to get his nails and hair. YOO YOO YOO To whom, it may concern. I dey my corner!16days to elections, I hear I go talk, I see I go talk…..I AM ONLY A PROPHET. SERIOUS VIGILANCE AT HIS RESPECTED BODY.

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