The founder and leader of Prophetic Hill Chapel, prophet Nigel Gaisie has fumes at Ghanaians and stated that they are too quick to destroy their own when some people thought his Prophesy on hearts of Oak vs Kotoko failed.
The man of God has evidently shown a video of himself saying he prays that the team he supports wins the super clash but he is not giving any Prophesy as people are speculating in the country since yesterday after the game ended.
In the video posted by Prophet Nigel Gaisie, he was seen saying that "i pray that my football team wins the match. Pastor we have a lot of work to do. Can you see how people are excited when I talked about hearts vs Kotoko? God should deliver you from the hands of the evil one. I am just praying my team win".
In a statement attached to prophet Nigel Gaisie's video, he stated that "I only WISHED My Team Kotoko Well. GHANAIANS Are Too Quick To Destroy Their Own And Twist Words To Satisfy Their will Purposes. I Said CLEARLY IN CHURCH THAT IT Wasn't A PROPHECY BUT AS USUAL, WE HATE OUR OWN. So I Can't Wish My Team Well 'YESU'. #STILL AND 4EVER, KOTOKO".
Already, Ghanaians believe Prophet Nigel Gaisie to be a great man of God whose Prophesies used to come to pass and Ghanaians can confirmed his Prophesies giving last year about Rawlings death, accurate road accidents, and election results in west Africa except Ghana which bounced him.
If you're in doubt, watch the video on his facebook wall with the video link below.
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