Prophet Nigel Gaisie Set To Become The First Prophet To Acquire A Private Jet In Ghana.
By Golden.News | self meida writer
Published 4 days ago - 972 views
Ghanaian Prophet Nigel Gaisie is set to become the first man of God to acquire a private jet for himself in Ghana. According to the man of God who dropped the hint on his official Facebook page, he is inspired by how Prophetess Helen Ewusi Onyema has acquired one for herself through Ministry.
Nigel Gaisie said he is giving himself just six years to buy the aeroplane. He was however quick to add that, despite the money is not available now, he is tapping into the annointing to acquire and possess. He believes that, surely he will get it.
Nigel Gaisie is Based in Ghana with many controversial prophecies to his credit. He is known to be social media friendly and a preacher. He speaks the mind of God without fear or favor.
We hope and pray that his dreams becomes a reality. As his church grows to get more following and earning to achieve his dream.
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