Prophet Nigel Gaisie happens to be one of the popular men of God in the country Ghana, and even outside Ghana. He has been in the news severally and he happens to trend for a while, anytime he appears to be in the news.
All his trends do not really speak good about him, since most of the issues about him that trends a lot in the country are negative issues. In this regard, most people in Ghana and outside ask the big question, if He is really a man of God.
Prophet Nigel Gaisie is the General Overseer of the Prophetic Hill Chapel. In recent times, a video of him is trending along social media, wherein the video, a very shocking incident happened between the man of God and a boy, believed to be a ‘Sakawa Boy’.
In the video trending along social media, the popular man of God was praying for ‘fraud boys’, who paid a visit to his church that, they will gain the favor of the Lord and thus, their clients will send them the money they need.
It is believed in the video that, before the prayers, he asked one of them to sow a seed, but he could not afford the amount and hence, had only GHC 500. The prophet therefore, told him to sow a seed with a huge amount of money (Five thousand Ghana Cedis) when the woman he is going to convince send him the money he need from her.
This happens to be one reason why most people seem to question if He is really a man of God because, people questions that, how can a man of God pray for someone to be victories in going to deceive someone. Does God support that?
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