- Prophet Nigel Gaisie has narrowly escaped death on the Peki Road in the Oti Region
- He was an eyewitness to the fatal crash that has taken the lives of four people
- Others sustained various degrees of injuries and were taken to the hospital
- Gaisie was captured helping out some of the victims of the accident
- He was going to the Oti Region for a church service
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Popular Ghanaian prophet, Nigel Gaisie, has narrowly escaped an accident on the Peki Road in the Oti Region.
Revealing this in a Facebook post, the prophet said four people died in the accident he witnessed.
He blamed the accident on the poor road condition which also left many others injured.
According to him, the drivers of the vehicles that were involved in the accident were dodging potholes only to crash.
The prophet also called on the MP of Peki to have the road fixed in order to save precious lives.
Gaisie shared photos of the damaged cars and also a photo of himself helping some victims of the accident.
Due to our editorial policy, we are not able to publish gory images of the accident.
It appears the prophet was embarking on a journey to that region for church purposes.
Meanwhile, Gaisie was in the news recently for predicting that there was doom hanging over Ghana.
According to him, God revealed in a vision that there was a big funeral hanging over the country.
The terrifying vision, he claimed, was giving him sleepless nights.
He was in the news following a failed prophecy he gave that John Mahama was going to win the 2020 Elections.
He and other pastors who made the list published by YEN.com.gh claimed that God had shown them that Mahama was going to win hands down.
However, they were mocked by Ghanaians when it turned out that Akufo-Addo won the elections.
Mahama and the National Democratic Congress (NDC), battled the Electoral Commission and the New Patriotic Party (NPP) in court over alleged election results errors.
They lost the case as the court threw out their petition.
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