Controversial Ghanaian prophet, Nigel Gaise has defended himself and his ilk against the usual “fake prophet” tag being said about him and his colleagues.
The controversial man of God reportedly said in a recent interview that the things that people use to judge prophets as been fake are not actually things that discredit prophets.
He said when a prophet drinks, steals or even being a womanizer it doesn’t make him fake.
Nigel Gaise said, “When a man of God drinks alcohol, it doesn’t make him fake. When a man of God steals, it doesn’t make him fake. When a man of God womanizes or a woman of God has another boyfriend or doesn’t make him/her fake.”
He went ahead to add that if drinking of alcohol and being a womanizer are things that make a prophet fake, then David wouldn’t have been God’s servant.
Prophet Nigel mentioned that David was a chronic drunkard and a womanizer but God chose him as one of his servants.
Nigel Gaise however explained that when a man of God stops preaching about Jesus and the word of God such a prophet can be classified as fake.
“Every mortal vessel has a weakness, what makes a man of God fake is when he changes his covenant. If that man of God does not preach Jesus anymore, that is what makes him fake.”
“If you say that alcohol is wrong, then condemn David, because David was a chronic drunkard and womanizer,” the man of God said.