Nigel Gaisie is arguing that the 2024 presidential elections will be easy for the former President John Dramani Mahama, and the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC). According to him, the performance of President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo and the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) has not been impressive.
He clarified that the government as compared to previous administrations has performed abysmally hence the current economic hardship being experienced in the country. Nigel Gaisie remarked that President Akufo-Addo’s tenure had made the NPP less appealing to the Ghanaian voters, adding that many have regretted giving them a second term.
Speaking with Mac Jerry Osei Agyeman on Neat FM today, the Prophet said there is more of a prophetic meaning to John Mahama’s “do-or-die” mantra, adding that there is nothing that would bar him from ascending the presidency in 2024. Asked how much he would rate the current government, Prophet Nigel Gaisie said it is a paltry 1.5 out of a scale of 10 points.
His justification was that every person he had interacted with is disappointed in the government over how it has managed the economy and other affairs of the country. To him, the complaints are not exaggerated as some followers of the church [not just his] attend sessions with no offertory on them.
“It is an abysmal performance. From sector to sector. On a scale of 0 to 10, I will score them 1.5 points. Nothing moving…complaint and accounts from people that come to him.”
President And Wife Should Listen
In his plea for some drastic measures to be taken to salvage the situation, Prophet Nigel Gaisie called on the President and his wife, Rebecca Akufo-Addo to heed the concerns of the Ghanaian people. He noted that “things are bad,” and the government cannot pretend it is not aware of it.
He added that John Mahama, from the spiritual realm, has been predestined to ascend the seat of government when President Akufo Addo retires from the government. Nigel Gaisie stressed that “if anything will change and get better, it will be 2024,” and that he noted will be through former President John Dramani Mahama.