Founder and leader of the True Word Fire Prophetic Ministries (TWPFM), Prophet Nigel Gaisie says self-acclaimed angel Obinim can never be a human and an angel at the same time.
In an exclusive interview on JoyFM ‘Drive Time’, he revealed that No Human born by a woman can be an Angel and human being at the same time, responding to a question posed by host Lexis Bill on whether Bishop Obinim is truly an Angel.
“No human being can be an angel, is a fallacy” – he said.
He then further explained that humans are in a body, angels are in a body and animals are in a body so no human can be semi-human and an angel at the same time.
Prophet Gaisie went on to say that he faced several challenges before reaching his present status in life. Born to Prof. Samuel Kwesi Gaisie and Grace Titibia Odoe, Nigel said he had a deprived upbringing, adding when his parents separated, their late father concluded that taking care of them would mean they will do well in life.
That, he decided against , because their success in life will compel them to cater for their mother, a situation he wished to avoid.
“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,” Nigel disclosed.
He added that he schooled at the King of Kings International School while a house help of an aunt, but comments from another aunt compelled the former to sack him from the house. 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” he said.
Gaisie is a product of the Abuakwa State College, Accra Polytechnic now Accra Technical University where he read the Purchasing and Supply programme.
He continued to the University of Ghana where he offered Political Science, History and Linguistics, relying on the Students Loan Scheme and the benevolence of a few people.