Nigel Gaisie is one of the controversial men of God in the country. He has courted a number of debates regarding politics and spiritual issues. Currently, the man of God is only on his to South Africa for some missionary work after completing his ministration in Wa. Earlier today, news broke that the government of Ghana has decided to seek help from the International Monetary Fund to help the wobbling economic crises of the country.
In a post on his Facebook page, Nigel Gaisie has blasted the incumbent government for rigging the last elections and also mismanaging the affairs of the country. He went on to prophesy that John Mahama holds the keys to solve Ghana’s problems. According to him John Mahama is the chosen one and for the next 8 years he has the magic wand to rescue Ghana from her problems. He called on Ghanaians to be praying for the former president.
Nigel also threw shades at his critics especially those of the current government who he referred to as totalitarian and deceitful. He added that Kufuor’s Ghana was better off and tasked those who hate him to come beat him if they disagree with him regarding his stand and prophesy about John Mahama.
Nigel mentioned that he is currently in Ethiopia and it is unknown whether he was joking or taking a transit flight to South Africa through Ethiopia. Nigel Gaisie is seen by many to be a sympathizer of John Mahama. Indeed, he even prophesied before the last elections that John Mahama will win.
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