Controversial Man of God, Nigel Gaisie has dropped a fresh message and allegation concerning the leadership of Africa. It is worth noting that he travelled to Nigeria to share the word of Good. Nigel Gaisie recounted an incidence he encountered at Abuja. He narrated that someone came to him in Hilton Abuja and praised him and subsequenty asked him a strange question. "Sir, Why are most people in West Africa suffering so much?" Nigel Gaise recounted.
Nigel Gaisie explained to the person that the problem in West Africa is bad leadership. According to him, most of the African leaders were not elected by God. Rather, they twist and change state instituion to stay in power. He further explained that these leaders disconnect from the citizens immediately after gaining power. He went ahead to explain that West Africa has many resources but because of bad leadership, we will not progress.
He alleged that these bad leaders subvert the will of the people only to stay in power and amass wealth for themselves. He explained that these bad leaders come after people who speak the truth. See post.
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