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Nigel Gaisie prophesied after learning my husband wasn’t well – John Kumah’s wife

The widow of the late Deputy Minister of Finance has exposed Prophet Nigel Gaisie for exploiting private information about her husband’s illness to make a false prophecy about the death of another deputy minister in 2024

According to her, Mr Gaisie, who was close to the family, knew about her husband’s sickness and used it to create a deceptive prediction.

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In a revelation reported by asaaseradio.com, Apostle Lilian Kumah shared that her family severed ties with Nigel Gaisie after learning that he had misused information they had voluntarily provided to him.

The family had informed Gaisie about the late John Kumah’s serious illness in November 2023, and despite this knowledge, Mr Gaisie went on to make the false prophecy during his watchnight service on December 31, 2023.

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“We know him very well and have been aware since November 2023 that the late John Kumah was seriously sick. My husband had a lot of respect for men of God in this country, and that included Nigel Gaisie when my husband and I thought he was a genuine man of God.

Describing the previous relationship they had with Gaisie, she mentioned that they used to share meals and that Mr Gaisie used to visit her church, Disciples of Christ Ministries.

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“Nigel Gaisie knew very well that my husband was terminally ill as far back as August 2023, but regardless of that, he stood on his altar on December 31, 2023, to lie through his supposed prophecy that a Ghanaian deputy minister will die in the year 2024. What does he want to achieve through these fake prophecies?” she asked.

“Nigel Gaisie was like a brother. He knows my late husband, lawyer John Kumah, personally, one-on-one. We have sat in this house and eaten together several times. That is how far we go. When he came from abroad to start a church in Ghana, he came to my church, Disciples of Christ Ministries, and I did a programme with him dubbed ‘Let the Prophet Speak,’” she added.

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