Prophet Nigel Gaisie has been captured on camera asking an alleged fraud(sakawa)boy to sow a seed of Ghc5,000.00
The popular preacher claimed the sacrifice would enable a white woman he was chatting with online to send millions to him.
The young man, however, said he could sow a seed of Ghc500.00
A viral video of Prophet Nigel Gaisie urging an alleged fruad boy to sow a seed for his online scamming activities to thrive has emerged on social media.
During a church service, the general overseer of the True Fire Prophetic Ministry (TFPM) asked the young man to kneel before him after he walked to the altar for prayer, previously asking him to sow the seed of Ghc5,000.00 to activate a declaration he made over his life.
Give God Ghc5,000.00 don't think about the the money but the young man giggled.
The popular preacher then asked his junior pastor to convey the message to the young man saying "Tell him that l see alot of money from a white woman. If you're about to receive money from her, then you have to give an offering to God".
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