- Prophet Nigel Gaisie has given some traders and shoeshine seed money for their business
- He went to evangelise at the Mallam Attah market and assisted some petty traders and shoeshine boys
- It is reported that the popular man of God was once a shoeshine boy
The founder and leader of True Word Fire Prophetic Ministries, Prophet Nigel Gaisie, has donated over GHS 11,000 to shoeshine boys and traders at the Mallam Attah Market in Accra, YEN.com.gh has learnt.
According to a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Pulse.com.gh, the man of God gave out the huge sums of money to the some shoeshine boys and traders when he went there to win souls for Christ.
After preaching to and praying for the traders, Prophet Nigel Gaisie called on individuals who were ready to accept Christ as their personal savior and prayed with them.
Prophet Nigel, who is reported to have once been a shoeshine boy himself asked his associate pastors to give each of them GHC 500 to pump into their businesses.
He gave one shoeshine boy GHC 1,000 to start a business because according to the popular pastor, he knew the stress involved in their line of work.
The prophet then randomly gave GHC 500 to other traders who had gathered to listen to his sermon with the aim of putting smiles on their faces and also helping them to grow their businesses.
The man of God also requested for orphans at the market and promised to take all five children who came up to him to school.
Prophet Gaisie is noted for his prophecy about the death of award-winning dancehall singer, Ebony Reigns known in real life as Priscilla Opoku-Kwarteng last year.
He said he saw the singer in a car crash before it happened in February this year.
The Accra-based man of God has also predicted the return of former President John Dramani Mahama and the NDC into government in 2020.
Prophet Gaisie also predicted the schemes being made by enemies of Stonebwoy to kill him soon. The prophesy was made to the wife of the singer, Louisa Satekla in his church.
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