- Nigel Gaisie has disclosed that Shatta Wale's mother is a pillar behind his success
- According to Gaisie, the musician's mother is a prayerful woman who has sought God's blessings for her son
- Gaisie made the point during an interview with Kofi Adoma Nwanwani on Kofi TV
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The founder and leader of Prophetic Hill Chapel, Prophet Nigel Gaisie has disclosed that Shatta Wale has become successful because of the musician's mother, Elsie Evelyn Avemegah.
According to Gaisie who is popular for his prophecies that John Mahama will win the 2020 elections, Shatta Wale's success was a blessing from God which was sought by his mother.
In an interview with Kofi TV which has been sighted by YEN.com.gh, Nigel Gaisie revealed that the Melissa hitmaker's mother had been praying for her son years before he came into the limelight.
"You see that Shatta Wale is very successful, it is because of his mother. She is a very prayerful woman."
Gaise recounted that Mama Elsie, as Shatta Wale's mother is popularly known, was carrying her son's photos for prayers and seeking for God's blessings for him during the singer's days as Bandana.
He thus urged other mothers to do the same for their children so they could also prosper and get blessing like Shatta Wale.
“If you see a successful person, don’t think they went to collect some secret powers. Shatta is successful because he has a mother who prays for him. Due to client confidentiality, I won’t say much. But those times at End Time Resurrection Power Mission, his mother (Shatta’s mom) used to bring his picture for them to pray for him. Those days he was known as Bandana. So it is those prayers that has made him big today. So if you’re a mother, pray for your children.”
Nigel Gaisie made the revelation while answering a question about his preference between Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy.
While he chose Stonebwoy, Gaisie stated that it was for a personal reason and not because he was in his camp or Bhim fan.
It was while he was explaining his point that he brought in the story of his past encounter with Shatta Wale's mother.
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