United Family International Church leader Prophet Emmanuel Makandiwa has been accused of plotting to bring down Prophetic Healing and Deliverance Ministries leader Walter Magaya. This follows a dispute over the refunding of tithes between Makandiwa and Businesswoman Mrs Blessing Mashangwa who paid over $700 000 in tithes. Blessing and her husband Upenyu were some of the major contributors to Makandiwa but left the church in July 2016 after a fallout. Since then, the couple has been attacked as people “who dined with the devil” on a Facebook page called “The Truth About Prophet Emmanuel Makandiwa.” Due to the attack the couple responded to Makandiwa saying:
We left UFIC because personally ndiri kutsvaga kupinda kudenga (I want to go to Heaven). After all we plotted together with you against Prophet Magaya, we felt the battle was no longer about winning souls but kuteyerana mariva (setting traps); you got too obsessed by wanting to see Magaya fall.
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You don’t know how it feels to look up to someone, and then see the other side, kuplotter is for us but seeing it coming from you; it was disappointing. How will it come out to the world to know you are the one who paid our legal bills (in a case in which the Mashangwas and Prohpet Magaya were locked in a court battle over alleged improper importation of an SUV)? I know you did it for you not for us.
Look at your text messages from 2015, if I wanted to be malicious, would I have not leaked all that? Messages of Pastor Kufa sending us to inbox ‘Madhiri aMagaya’. When you prophesied in church that our children would be kidnapped, I cried, only for you to send a message on my husband’s phone saying the prophecy was to make Magaya back off. Zvingani then zviporofita that you gave zvisiri zvechokwadi (How many false prophesies have you given then?
We were part of building UFIC and would never want to see it go down but you bring war to my doorstep. Isu taikudai but rudo chairwo kubva kwamuri we did not experience it.
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