Family of remanded pastor who prophecied Mugabe’s death appeals for assistance from well wishers

The family of Pastor Patrick Mugadza is reportedly struggling to make ends meet after  Mugadza was denied bail and has appealed to well-wishers for assistance. Mugadza’s wife Thelma Masaka, said the family needed money in order to buy food and pay rentals.

Mugadza was arrested after he made a “prophecy” saying that President Mugabe was going to die on the 17th of October 2017. The magistrate denied him bail and sent him to remand prison saying that he had a propensity to commit similar crimes.

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Simce then, the family has been struggling. Thelma Masaka spoke to New Zimbawe and appealed for assisstance saying:

We have run out of cash to buy basic food stuffs and we are starving. We are appealing to well-wishers to support us while we wait for the court outcome.

I am even failing to go and visit him at the remand prison because I do not have any bus fare. To make matters worse, I am also supposed to bring him some food as the remand food is said to be horrible.

Anyone who want to assist can send their contribution through my EcoCash number +263 772 892 793.

More: New Zimbabwe


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