Pastor in court for fraud after demanding money to pray for couple

Latter Glory Ministries International pastor Gibson Nyambayo appeared before Harare magistrate Mr Erick Kadye facing charges of fraud after he demanded money to pray for Maxwell Mutangi and his Rejoice Sayi, who was not feeling well.

The matter was postponed to July 25 due to the absence of Nyambayo’s lawyer and he also complained that he was not furnished with the State papers in time. The court heard that on October 14 2015, Mutangi went to a 24-hour private clinic with his wife who was not feeling well. He was given a medical prescription, but the doctor told him that there was nothing that could be done to cure his wife’s problem.

Mutangi told his church pastor, Nyambayo what had transpired and was told that his wife’s problem was spiritual and could be solved through prayers. Nyambayo allegedly told Mutangi to offer a sacrifice of $500 and to put it in a Bible which he would collect the following day. Matangi went back to Nyambayo after Sayi did not recover and was told to offer a second sacrifice of $500. Sayi’s condition did not improve which led to Matangi reporting the matter to the police.

More: Herald

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