Mudzidzi Wimbo responds to reports he prophesied Mugabe’s successor will be an outsider

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Mudzidzi Wimbo has responded to claims that he prophesied that President Robert Mugabe’s successor will be an outsider. Speaking to Sunday Mail on behalf of Mudzidzi Wimbo, sect leader Shepherd Chingwena said Wimbo did not make the prophesy and that he endorsed Mugabe for 2018.

Said Chingwena:

Mudzidzi is not happy with these false stories. He wants to be known for healing and bringing education and not for predicting national leaders. As you have seen he spends most of his time healing the sick.

Where was the prophecy made and who was there? All the other prophecies were made during church services. Furthermore, Mudzidzi does not speak in riddles when making pronouncements, he mentions names. The newspaper article does not mention the source of the story because there is no such source.

Mudzidzi is not a political analyst nor is he there primarily to make prophecies related to politics. He never prophesised about leadership in any party. Any sane person knows that the party’s leaders are elected at national congresses and are not prophesied.

More: Sunday Mail

Mudzidzi Wimbo is a Zimbabwean religious leader who leads Johane Masowe Vadzidzi VaJeso. Read More

Robert Mugabe is a Zimbabwean revolutionary and statesman who has been President of the Republic of Zimbabwe since 1987. Previously, he was the prime minister of Zimbabwe since the attainment of independence until 1980. He is also the co-founder of the ZANU-PF. By different sections of people both locally and abroad, Mugabe has been viewed as both a ruthless dictator and champion of the previously marginalised interest of the majority black people. Most recently he is most known for leading Zimbabwe into one of its worst periods economically, but also leading the crafting of the land question through the Third Chimurenga exercise of the 2000 - 2010 decade. Read More



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