State ropes in Chief Negomo, Bishop Ndanga to secure conviction against Pastor Mugadza for death prophecy

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In a bid to secure a conviction against Pastor Patrick Mugadza for saying that President Mugabe would die on the 17th of October 2017, the state has roped in four witnesses to bolster their case.

The four are Chief Negomo, Johannes Ndanga, Robert Zhuwawo and Alfred Tome. Chief Negomo once attempted to fine and attach property from Morgan Tsvangirai for paying the bride price in November. Johannes Ndanga is the leader of the Apostolic Churches Council of Zimbabwe. The state is alleging that Pastor Mugadza insulted the Christian religion and the African tradition by uttering some words which are a taboo.

The trial will commence on Wednesday the 5th of April 2017 at the Harare Magistrate’s Court.

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