Ken Ofori-Atta: Nigel Gaisie predicts trouble for Finance Minister; Ghanaians react

Ken Ofori-Atta: Nigel Gaisie predicts trouble for Finance Minister; Ghanaians react

- Prophet Nigel Gaisie has called for prayers for Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta

- According to Gaisie, he sees doom ahead for the Finance Minister

- Ghanaians have been sharing their opinions about the prophecy

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The Minister of Finance and Economic Planning, Ken Ofori-Atta, may soon find himself in trouble, Prophet Nigel Gaisie has suggested.

According to Gaisie who is the founder and leader of Prophetic Hill Chapel the Finance Minister was going to land in some trouble.

In a new post on Facebook which can be classified as one of his many prophecies, Gaisie stated that he seeing doom ahead for Ofori-Atta.

Ken Ofori-Atta: Nigel Gaisie sees trouble for Finance Minister
Photo: @prophet_nigel_gaisie, @pulseghana
Source: Instagram

Though he failed to explain his prophecy any further, Nigel Gaisie disclosed that whatever he was seeing is not looking good.

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He thus asked Ghanaians to pray for the Finance Minister in the coming days.

"Ghana should pray for the finance*minister...It's not looking GOOD**..***PNG, " he wrote.

The post (prophecy) from Nigel Gaisie has stirred mixed reactions from his followers. While some people are heeding to his call for prayers fro Ofori-Atta.

Percy refused to pray for the minister saying he was rather praying for Mahama to win the 2020 elections:

Zak just refused to pray for somebody he thinks is evil:

Cosmos obliged to pray the Finance Minister whom he described as the best ever:

Raymond hit the ground running by saying his prayer instantly:

Nigel Gaisie's prophecy about the Finance Minister comes barely three days to Ghana's general elections on December 7 which he has predicted to go in the favour of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) and John Mahama.

In other news, the NDC recently accused President Nana Akufo-Addo of taking a $40,000 bribe from one Alhaji Abass after showing a video of the president money in a brown envelope from visitors.

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It has turned out the video was a doctored version of an encounter between Akufo-Addo and a campaign donor, Hajia Fawzia Karim in 2016.

leading to her visit and also clarified that he presented GHC40,000 and t-shirts.

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