- A former junior pastor of Prophet Nigel Gaisie has exposed how he faked a prophecy about Nana Aba Anamoah
- The junior pastor said he was the one who went around fishing information about the media personality to be used as fake prophecy
- He begged God for forgiveness
Our manifesto: This is what YEN.com.gh believes in
A former junior pastor of Prophet Nigel Gaisie, Pastor Kakra, has confessed to conniving with the prophet to give a fake prophecy to media personality Nana Aba Anamoah.
According to Kakra, he went around on the orders of Gaisie looking for information to be used as a prophecy for the media personality.
This was all because Nigel was bent on sleeping with Anamoah and so he wanted to do everything possible to get her.
READ ALSO: “Are you second Ebony” - Fans amazed at new photo of Ahoufe Patri looking just like Ebony
This is contained in a video seen by YEN.com.gh in which also the former junior pastor begged God for forgiveness.
Nigel Gaisie had reportedly told Nana Aba Anamoah in the said prophecy that there are charms buried in her father’s house in the Central Region.
He told her that if she did not get rid of those charms, Anamoah’s life will be cut short.
Nigel reportedly told Anamoah that the gods and charms were planted by her late father before he died.
However, the former junior pastor has said these are all fake, begging God to forgive him.
READ ALSO: McBrown celebrates birthday of step-son with video; fans praise her good heart
Meanwhile, Kennedy Agyapong has sworn to expose all pastors he calls fake in Ghana.
He had earlier said Nigel slept with some female musicians including Mzbel.
Mzbel boldly addressed the issue, telling why she never likes Nigel and will never like him.
The success story of Rocky Dawuni | #Yencomgh
READ ALSO: Thieves rob COVID-19 isolation centre; make away with mattresses and TV
Have national and human interest issues to discuss?
Know someone who is extremely talented and needs recognition?
Your stories and photos are always welcome. Get interactive via our Facebook page.
Source: Yen Newspaper