Mugabe death pastor refuses to pay $15 hospital bill, says President should pay

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Pastor Patrick Mugadza the man who said that President Robert Mugabe would die on the 17th of October 2017, has demanded that the President should foot his $15 hospital bill. The bill was incurred when the Pastor was in prison. Mugadza is refusing to pay the bill saying that the injuries which were being treated had been inflicted on him by President Mugabe’s security agents.

Speaking to New Zimbabwe, Pastor Mugadza said:

The bill was for last year’s treatment but it was not treatment per say because I was never treated; it was only consultation fees for injuries I sustained from the government agents’ brutal force.

I have since written a letter to the hospital informing them I am not in a position to pay that amount because I cannot afford it and because I was not there from any natural affliction but due to government’s evil act.”

So, those who inflicted those injuries upon me should pay the bill and this, specifically, means the president should pay the money.

I am sure he can afford to pay $15. If the President cannot pay the sum now, the hospital should bill him the next time he visits Parirenyatwa hospital that is if he ever goes there anyway

More: New Zimbabwe


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