A close relative who spoke to The Sunday Mail on condition of anonymity said Pastor Petunia Chiriseri has since dismissed claims that Apostle Charles Chiriseri’s spirit was exacting vengeance on three men accused of looting goods and cash at the accident scene that claimed her husband’s life.
Said the relative:
She believes God came to give life and life in abundance as in John 10 and not to bring death. So she does not even believe in praying for people to die, prophesying or even declaring that they should die. To her it is just evil, horrible. As a family grounded in that word people are in shock but what God says is what He will do. He is the one who said vengeance is mine.
Apostle Chiriseri died at the 388 km peg along the Harare-Bulawayo Highway while his wife Pst Pertunia survived with serious injuries after their vehicle overturned as the late tried to avoid hitting two cows which were on the road. Mkhokheli Mpofu, a police officer who was set to appear in court on March 28 for allegedly stealing $200 from Apostle Chiriseri’s corpse was recently hit by a car while manning a roadblock a fortnight ago on the same spot. He died on admission at United Bulawayo Hospitals on the same day. Another suspect, a Kurai Bus Service Conductor, Forget Chikweya who allegedly stole a Samsung S6 died on November 9 while Honest Hleza, a fire-fighter with Bulawayo Fire Brigade who allegedly stole a laptop died in December last year.
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