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VIDEO: Zack recounts how Prophet Nigel sacked him from his church – LilWin’s former manager Zack

Abdul Razak Amissah aka Zack Gh, former manager of Kumawood actor, Kwadwo Nkansah Lilwin visited the premises of True Word Fire Prophetic Ministry to confront Prophet Nigel Gaisie. However, he couldn’t achieve his purpose because he was sacked. 

During an interview on the ‘Uncut’ show with Zionfelix, Zack explained that his decision to go to the church was to go and make peace with the founder and leader of the church. He also planned to question the man of God about the ‘padlock prophecy’. He didn’t go there to cause confusion as some people suggested because he is not that stupid to go to a church and fight. 

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Zack stated that he entered the church whilst Prophet Nigel was preaching. But as soon as the man of God saw him, he ordered him to leave his church together with his boys. 

According to Zack, immediately the command was given, some of the members of the church, who claimed to be policemen came over to lead him out of the church premises.

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He was however surprised at how one of the junior pastors of Prophet Gaisie pushed him out of the church premises because he was ‘angry’. 

Watch Zack speak to Zionfelix…

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