The founder and leader of Prophetic Hill Chapel, prophet Nigel Gaisie has reacted to sit down strike held by driver unions in Accra today which cause majority of Ghanaians to trek to work. The man of God who before 2020 election told Ghanaians that he saw two things ahead of Ghana and these things will reflect based on who lead the nation in the next four years after elections.
Prophet Nigel Gaisie told Ghanaians before elections that if NDC and John Mahama wins the election, there will be a progress in the development of Ghana and things will move on smoothly for the country. He stated that if NPP and President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo wins the election, there would be serous hardship and pains in the country and Ghana will sent back to 1984 era where there were a lot of hunger and problems in the country.
Today, as driver unions in Accra refused to work and demonstrate against government to reduce fuel price, the man of God has come out with a simple message which shocked Ghanaians.
People thought that Prophet Nigel Gaisie will penned down a long statement about the happenings but he just remind Ghanaians that what he said before election is currently happening in the country.
Prophet Nigel Gaisie stated that "1984, 1984, 1984" to reacts to the happenings in the country today on his social media wall which shocked Ghanaians.
Ghanaians who reacted to his message stated that his words are gradually coming to pass as they don't think that a day would come where commercial drivers could stop working and cause serous tension in the country.
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