Founder of Prophetic Hill Chapel, Prophet Nigel Gaisie has hit back at individuals who critique him and other prophets in Ghana.

This comes on the heels of recent debates about spirituality in the entertainment industry and the role of prophecies. Many, including Rufftown Records CEO, Bullet have criticised certain clergymen, including Prophet Nigel Gaise as being “Doomsday prophets” due to the nature of their revelations.

Speaking on the United Showbiz show on September 16, Prophet Nigel Gaisie emphasized the importance of respecting pastors, prophets, and clergymen in Ghana. He cautioned against disregarding their relevance, stating that some individuals receive divine revelations about the country's future.

“If the likes of Bullet, do not respect the relevance of pastors, prophets and clergymen in the country, it is not going to help any of us in this country. This is because these are certain people in this country that the good lord reveals certain things about the country to them,” he said.

He also hinted at having received revelations about Bullet, stating that “If I want to disclose what God has revealed to me about the enterprise where he is CEO, there may not be peace in this country”.

Prophet Gaisie also mentioned one individual who, in his vision, had a pregnant wife, and he suggested that the outcome might be prolonged due to the individual's involvement with a particular group.