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John Mahama paid Nigel Gaisie huge money to stage fake prophecy about his victory in the elections – Rev Owusu Bempah reveals (video)

Ghanaians are having an uneasy period battling with a global pandemic and also grappling with making a decision of who to choose as president in the upcoming general election which is barely 2 months away.

In the midst of this, the role of prophets or better, men of God cannot be sidelined without any mention at all. It is common knowledge that the country has observed quite interesting trends of pastors prophesying the fortunes of a political party in an election.

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Popular Prophet Nigel Gaissie has said all the visions he has received about the 2020 elections shows former President John Mahama is winning the 2020 elections hands down.

The prophet said to be very sure about what he has been seeing, he travelled to Israel six times and prayed for clarity over the vision and it still appears Mahama will win.

But according to Rev Owusu Bempah, ex-president John Mahama paid Prophet Nigel Gaisie to prophesy his victory in the 2016 Elections.

He further revealed that Jesus Aberantie who is a colleague clergyman made the revelation in front of Nigel Gaisie which he didn’t debunk.

Speaking in an interview on Kingdom Plus FM, Rev Owusu disclosed that Propeht Nigel Gaisie took money from John Mahama and fooled him into thinking that he(John Mahama) will win the 2016 elections which was won by Nana Akufo-Addo.

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“Nigel Gaisie Spiritually made John Mahama wait for Ship at Kotoka International Airport” Owusu Bempah told Fiifi Pratt of Kingdom Plus FM.

He added Nigel Gaisie is still deceiving John Mahama that he will win this year’s general elections.

 

 

Written by Opoku Asiedu

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