Efya finally speaks after Nigel Gaisie dropped death prophecy on her [Video]


Ghanaian afro-pop songstress Jane Awindor, popularly known as Efya, has reacted to the death prophecy dropped on her by prophet Nigel Gaisie.

As earlier reported by Atinkanews.net , Prophet Nigel Gaisie , the founder and leader of the Prophetic Hill Chapel , disclosed had seen a revelation that this year (2020) is not a good one for the singer.

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The man of God said in a video he posted online that the singer will die if she doesn’t see help from a prophet urgently.

“When I see things in the spirit, I don’t add or subtract. I say it as I’ve seen it and what I saw is musician Efya will die. I was there this dawn, last dawn and the Lord appeared to me and I saw it like you’re watching on TV”

“Don’t joke with me. Don’t joke with my prophecy. You can have your bias about me but when I see the thing and I say ‘thus sayeth the Lord, I mean don’t joke. So she should go see a spiritual person”

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“Someone will say Prophet Nigel says these prophecies for fame. If you don’t know me, what is fame? I have a TV station in 16 African countries that work 24/7 so what else do I need? Is it money?”

“I don’t have money but the little God has given me, it is more than okay for me. And how much does she even have? She should go and see a man of God to cover her and that’s all”, he said.

Watch the video below :

But, in Efya’s response, she told the preacher that she won’t die.

She stated this in a tweet, saying: “I WILL NOT DIE”.


It is however unclear if he was directing her tweet to Prophet Nigel Gaisie’s death prophecy.

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