Prophet Nigel Gaisie mocks the Vice president over reports that he take $200,000 for an appearance fee.

Is it possible that Prophet Nigel Gaisie has just made fun of Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia by posting a mysterious message on his Facebook page?

An investigative journalist by the name of Anas Aremeyaw Anas was the one who uncovered the a scam at the president’s office and made it known on social media.

Prophet Nigel Gaisie began advertising his 31st night service on social media just a few hours after the expose was published on Facebook.

The well-known prophet indicated that individuals who will attend his crossover event will not be required to pay an “appearance fee” in the article that he published to invite people to attend his crossover service.

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The phrase “appearance fee” was brought to public attention for the first time yesterday by Anas in his exposé.

As a direct result of this, the phrase was trending on social media.

Does this mean that the prophet was making fun of the Vice President?