The founder and leader of the True Word Prophetic Fire Ministry, Prophet Nigel Gaisel has detailed why he said goodbye to one of his spiritual fathers, Archbishop Duncan-Williams, zionfelx.net can report.
Nigel Gaisie in a long chat with blakkpepper.com revealed that he worked with Archbishop as one of his personal prophets for a while but had to stop at a point. On why he finally decided to say goodbye to the Presiding Archbishop and General Overseer of the Action Chapel International ministry, Prophet Gaisie mentioned that he had a directive from God to start a ministry
He went on to chronicle some of the struggles he faced before he became the man of God we all know now.
The prophet born to Prof. Samuel Kwesi Gaisie and Grace Titibia Odoe said he had a deprived upbringing adding when his parents separated, their late father reckoned taking care of them would lead to they doing well in life and catering to the needs of their mother so neglected his responsibilities towards them.
“I have sold cassava, plantain, onion and bread before; on the streets of Adabraka and Asylum Down. I grew up in pain, I have seen naked pain before so I purposed to overturn that apostate life and situation,” the prophet submitted to blakkpepper after worshipping with them.
According to Prophet Gaisie, he schooled at the King of Kings International School while a house help of an aunt whom his mum had gifted him to since they were sisters and she was yet to birth but another aunt would influence the relation he was staying with to sack him because: “taking care of a banana will not make it plantain.”
With the sack, Gaisie would hawk on the streets of Accra but the prophet of today made an observation which would influence his educational path.
“I observed that men of God then were not highly educated so I sold cassava and did space to space to support my goal of schooling to the highest level.”
Gaisie is a product of the Abuakwa State College, Accra Polytechnic now Accra Technical University where he did the Purchasing and Supply programme and the University of Ghana where he offered Political Science, History and Linguisticsrelying on the Students Loan Scheme and the benevolence of a few people.
The leader of the True Word Prophetic Fire Ministry says he got born again before turning 14 and under the direction of the Holy Spirit begun hearing the word of God.
“I began preaching from the streets, then to tertiary institutions. I went outside Ghana for outreach landing in Holland, Sierra Leone, and Banjul, Gambia.”
Having started hearing voices in JSS 1 in Asylum Down and under the parental care of a casual Christian mother and father, it took Apostle Emmanuel Afriyie Amoako Ayim now London based of the Endtime Resurrection Power Ministry to ground him in the faith with prayer.
“Any church that grows, there is a divine manifestation there so I caught my gift from there. I am a born prophet, I can operate in all the four or five-fold ministries but my major office is the prophetic ministry. On sea, land and in the air I prophesy,” the father of one pointed out.
On the choice of settling on the True Word Prophetic Fire Ministry, Prophet Gaisie explained:
“The Lord appeared to me in Banjul, Gambia that I have called and ordained you to be a prophet, go into the nations of the world with a prophecy power hence the (true word); declare my second coming, raise people of fire in true prayer hence the (fire). My mandate is to proclaim the sure word of God.”
So how did Blakk Rasta become one who comes to pick wisdom from his sermons seeking his counsel?
“I met him (Blakk Rasta) during a crusade and I saw things about him, told him and they came to pass. The spirit of God convicts and he’s been a loyal son. He is more of a brother and a friend now. God will use him even more mightily,” Prophet Gaisie submitted.
On persons whose Godly work he admires, Prophet Gaisie mentioned Emmanuel Afriyie Amoako Ayim as one whose prophetic gifts he respects greatly adding his grand spiritual father is Bishop Amaniapong.
For prayer and longevity, he admires Archbishop Duncan-Williams while for the longevity of service, it is Bishop Salifu Amoako he looks to.
For prayer, Apostle Oko Hackman takes it while healing goes to Benny Hinn. Outside Ghana, Apostle Johnson Suleman and Dauda Eliason in South Africa are men of God he salutes.
Gaisie’s ministry is well and truly on as his All-night Friday Restoration Service attracts on the average 800 worshippers while his Sunday Service caters to the spiritual needs of some 500 worshippers.
The last born of 8 children also has his ministry firmly rooted in London, Sierra Leone, and Banjul.