Founder and leader of the Prophetic Hill Chapel, Prophet Nigel Gaisie has given an indirect prophecy on the person on who will win the election that will be held tomorrow in Gambia. Six candidates have come out to seek the votes of Gambians to become President. The incumbent President, President Adama Barrow seeks for re-election whiles he faces a stiff competition from other five candidates in the person of Ouisanou Darboe, Mama Kandeh, Halifa Sallah, Essa Mbaye Faal and Abdoulie Jammeh. Prophet Nigel Gaisie was optimistic that the incumbent President will win the election.
"Prophetically, I do not see any change though but may the best win for the good of all Gambians", he wrote on his Facebook wall.
He recently had an exclusive interview on Gambia media station, Fatu Network and they acknowledged Prophet Nigel Gaisie as one of the Powerful Prophets in the world. Not only did they describe him as a powerful Prophet, but also, the Prophet who prophesized the defeat of a former Gambian President, Yahya Jammeh.
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