Nigel Gaisie is a popular and controversial Ghanaian prophet. He is currently the leader and founder of the Prophetic Hill Chapel. He is popularly known for his controversial prophecies concerning political parties and leaders as well as the death of popular people.
Not long ago, he was trending on social media after he claimed on Starr Fm that he loves the way some public officials speak English and that is the reason why he took his son to UK to study.
This morning, a video of Nigel Gaisie has been trending on social media. And in the video, it is Sean and heard that he was requesting for an amount of 5000 cedis from a sakawa boy. And the reason for taking such a huge amount is because God wants that money so that he will the sakawa boy get plenty money from his victim, who is a white woman.
Some people of Social that by their deeds we shall know them, indicating that Nigel Gaisie is a fake prophet.
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