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How Nigel Gaisie prophesied the death of Queen Elizabeth at December 2021 Watchnight service

How Nigel Gaisie prophesied the death of Queen Elizabeth at December 2021 Watchnight service

Following a 2021 December 31st prophesy of his that re-entered the trends list shortly after the Queen was officially confirmed dead, prophet Nigel Gaisie has tapped into the viral news of Queen Elizabeth II’s death.

On December 31, 2021, Prophet Nigel Gaisie requested the world to pray for Buckingham Palace because he predicts the Queen’s death.

On that night, Prophet Nigel Gaisie witnessed Queen Elizabeth’s dying in the spiritual realm. He went on to add that the queen’s death had triggered weeping and sorrow among English residents.

Nigel Gaisie’s previously labelled bogus prophecy has come true.

Following the fulfillment of his “doom prophesy,” the founder and pastor of Prophetic Hill Chapel has turned to the internet to blast his own trumpet.

Nigel Gaisie posted on his Facebook page in response to the Queen’s death and the fulfillment of his prophecy:

Prophecy Number 21 Or 24’…December31st,2021’Prophcies’……’I was inspired to say thus the queen of England will die and it just came to pass…..It’s not all of us that are JOKING…..PROPHECIES ARE REAL….

#See You In TemaBranch Church TomorrowMorning8am-2pm

#JabezCry…Monday-Wednesdays10pm-12am.

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How Nigel Gaisie prophesied the death of Queen Elizabeth at December 2021 Watchnight service

Queen Elizabeth II, the United Kingdom’s longest-reigning queen, died Friday at the age of 96 in Balmoral.

Her family met to her Scottish estate after health worries arose earlier in the day.

Since her accession to the throne in 1952, the Queen has witnessed immense socioeconomic transformation.

Her eldest son Charles, the former Prince of Wales, will lead the kingdom in mourning as the new King and head of state for 14 Commonwealth states upon her death.

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