Makandiwa prophesied Mnangagwa’s food poisoning

United Family International Church (UFIC) spokesperson Pastor Prime Kufa confirmed that, Emmanuel Makandiwa prophesied Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s food poisoning incident on April 9 this year and publicly shared the prophesy. The video to the prophecy was replayed yesterday in church.

Said Makandiwa in the video:

I see someone in authority, who is loyal to a higher office, swallowing poison through food and vomiting blood and rushed to the hospital and only prayer can save him.

UFIC spokesperson Prime Kufa confirmed the prophecy, saying:

Yes the video was played, re-living the service of the 9th of April wherein the man of God spoke about the need to pray for a prominent politician because he was seeing something entering his stomach causing him to vomit — food first and then blood and ending up in hospital. Though the man of God did not mention any names, you need to watch the footage in order to come up with your own interpretation.

More: NewsDay

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2 comments on “Makandiwa prophesied Mnangagwa’s food poisoning

  1. We really have a great Prophet in our land. He is really a seer. If only people of Zimbabwe could humble themselves and ask for divine guidance in order to make our country the bread basket of Africa from Prophet Emmanuel Makandiwa. We continue praying to God but He already answered our prayers by raising His prophet . We just need to consult him to get out of this mess we are. Israel would consult the Prophet when they lost a battle, when there is drought and when the economy is down. They understood that corrections are to made in the spirit in order to witness the physical we desire. We do not have many prophets in this country but we might have many people with the gift of prophesying.

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