After unleashing an assault on two mystic youngsters who had predicted his death, Prophet Nigel Gaisie has been held accountable for his actions.
They were subjected to a barrage of obscenities from the enraged prophet, who referred to the two young men as witches and pleaded with them to come to him for freedom.
Ghanaians have expressed their displeasure with the pastor’s conduct and responses to the prophecy of his death, claiming that he is the very definition of hypocrisy.
However, Nigel Gaisie became enraged when he was subjected to the same manner in which he had been raining death prophecies on celebrities and other notable Ghanaians.
This led numerous netizens to reply to him with the Twi adage ‘kot) de3 nebo dw3,’ – which references the fact that what is good for the goose is good for the gander.
The genesis of the buzz dates to a recent prophecy from the camp of McKenzy and McMilla known popularly as the Mystic Twins.
According to the spiritual seekers and teachers of the creator’s mysteries, they see death hanging on the neck of Prophet Nigel Gaisie, therefore, the acclaimed man of God should do the needful or else doom awaits him.