You're a Failure if You Still Stay with Your Parents at 35 - Nigel Gaisie Makes Wild Claims

You're a Failure if You Still Stay with Your Parents at 35 - Nigel Gaisie Makes Wild Claims

  • Ghanaian preacher, Prophet Nigel Gaisie, has shared 10 things he claimed makes a person a failure if not achieved at a certain age or in life
  • The 'man of God' asserts that anyone still living with their parents at age 35 is a failure
  • Prophet Gaisie also claims ''you’re a colossal failure if you still believe life begins at 40''

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The founder and leader of Prophetic Hill Chapel International, Prophet Nigel Gaisie, has listed 10 things he considers a failure if not achieved at a certain age or in life.

In the long list of claims seen on his Facebook account, he says a person still staying with their parents or family compound at age 35 is a failure.

The Ghanaian preacher also stated that ''you’re a colossal failure if you still believe life begins at 40,'' explaining that youngsters around the world are taking over.

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You're a Failure if You Still Stay with Your Parents at 35 - Nigel Gaisie Claims
You're a Failure if You Still Stay with Your Parents at 35 - Nigel Gaisie Drops List of Wild Claims Photo credit: Nigel Gaisie
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Other claims

Prophet Gaisie, who has a reputation for making controversial statements in the past, said:

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''You’re a failure if, at 40, certain family relations can’t reach out to you for help, adding that: ''You’re a failure if you’re still following the pattern of your parents, that led to their distraction.''

In addition to his claims, he said:

''You’re a failure if you don’t think well about people, (speak well about people). ''You’re a failure as a parent if your children are not greater than you or perhaps on almost the same scale,'' he added.

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Not so long, Nigel Gaisei averred that drinking alcohol, philandering or stealing does not make a man of God fake.

The general overseer of the Prophetic Hill Chapel indicated that people out of ignorance assert that engaging in the generally considered 'vices' undermine God's anointing on a Kingdom representative in the earth realm.

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Speaking in an interview with YEN.com.gh's Philip Abutiate, Prophet Gaisei stressed that every "mortal vessel has a weakness.''

''When a vessel of God [man of God] drinks alcohol, steals, or womanises, it doesn't make him or her fake. Every mortal vessel has a weakness. What makes a man of God fake is that he has changed his covenant with God,'' he said.

Nana Cheddar Pays Fees of Visually Impaired Man to Become a Journalist

In a separate story, businessman and philanthropist, Nana Kwame Bediako, has helped a man living with a visual impairment achieve his life-long dream of becoming a journalist.

Popularly known as Freedom Jacob Caesar, he financed a two-year programme for the visually impaired man named Brown to acquire the training needed to become a newsman.

Freedom Jacob Caesar introduced Brown to his mentor, Bola Ray, the CEO of the EIB Network Group and Empire Entertainment at the EIB office in Accra.

Source: YEN.com.gh

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