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Prophet Nigel wanted a car from NDC after 2020 election prophecy -Mzbel

Ghanaian singer Belinda Nana Ekua Amoah popularly known as ‘Mzbel’ has revealed that Prophet Nigel Gaisie of the Prophetic Hill Chapel once asked the NDC for a car after he had prophecied that the NDC will win the 2020 elections. Mzbel had earlier promised to expose the prophet and it appears she is keen on doing just that.

In a Facebook post sighted by YEN.com.gh, Mzbel alleged that the man of God told big men in the NDC that after his prophecy all his cars had been taken from him by the ruling NPP and it would be right if the NDC gets him a brand new car.

She said added that Prophet Nigel Gaisie cursed them that the wrath of God will visit the NDC if they do not get him the car as requested. The ’16 years’ hitmaker also disclosed that the stunt Prophet Nigel Gaisie tried to pull on the NDC was pure Blackmail.

She promised to drop all charges she has against the Prophet if he is able to show his voter’s id card and tell the world the number of people he has been able to mobilize to vote.

“Nigel Gaise show me your voter’s ID card and the number of people you’ve ever mobilized to vote… and I promise I will drop all charges against u.” “BLACKMAIL REALLY???! When u lie that NPP came to your imaginary mansions to collect your imaginary 19 cars for speaking the mind of your imaginary god and therefore if NDC doesn’t give u a car the anger of God will fall upon them… that is BLACKMAIL!!! EMOTIONAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL BLACKMAIL! Okladogbe hi3 f33fl3!”

“If for real u have a god that opens your filthy eyes to see the future… why are u in this mess right now?! Why didn’t your god stop Chis from bringing police to arrest u twice?! I know the source of all your “Monkey dey work Baboo dey chop” Prophecies so dude doesn’t 4kin Push me!!! Touch, not my anointed… saa? 3ni3 ma touchy! U touch me I touch u!!!,” she posted on her Facebook page.

|Yen gh

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