"Another Agradaa Type Of Scam"-Ghanaians React To Nigel Gaisie's Latest Prophesy To A Young Man


The Founder and Head Pastor of Prophetic Hill Chapel, Prophet Nigel Gaisie has been captured in the latest video prophesying into a young man's life. His prophecy has been described by some Ghanaians as another type of Nana Agradaa's type of scam.

In the video, the Man of God was seen in his church prophesy into a young man's life that he will receive a lot of money from a white lady he is chatting with online. Prophet Nigel Gaisie said that in other for the prophecy to come through, the young man identified as a Nigerian needs to sow GHS 5,000.00 as a seed unto the Lord.

The young man said that he has only GHS 500.00 with him that he is ready to give to the man of God. Prophet Nigel Gaisie agreed to what the young man was having at the moment but asked him to come back and fulfilled the payment of the rest of the money when he worked out the prophecy for him.

Many Ghanaians have reacted that what the Man of God is doing in the Church is against the principle of God because God does not ask for money from his children in other to perform a miracle for them. Some also argued that the man of God should be arrested because he is promoting cybercrime in the country.

Check out comments from some Ghanaians below:

A Facebook user known as Robert Jack Agbokah said that "Another Menzgold and Nana Agradaa type of scam. It will end in tears". What this means is comparing what Nana Agradaa was doing and what Prophet Nigel Gaisie is doing, there is no difference.

Another Facebook user known as Boadi Kwame Martinson said that "Osofo muoko negotiating in the name of God. Is he a trader? This is absolutely true because Jesus Christ in his Ministry never negotiated for a miracle to be done in someone's life. The word of God teaches that "Freely is the gift of God-given, free should you give".

Source: GhanaWeb

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