- Published: 06 January 2015
- Written by The Telescope
Zimbabweans must not be falsely excited and fooled into believing "a foolish prophesy" that President Robert Mugabe will die in 2015, a German-based Zimbabwean prophet said last night.
The minister who runs a small church in Berlin, and prefers to be behind the scenes for the moment, dismissed a prophesy by popular Malawian prophet, Austin Liabunya, that Mugabe's biological clock is not going to tick beyond this year, as reported by an online newspaper in that country last week.
Instead the Man of God reiterated that, Mugabe's wife Grace is the one who is going to unfortunately pass away in 2015, in a shock development that will stun Harare and the world, as many people are convinced that her nonagenarian husband at 91 next month, is the one closest to the grave.
According to The Maravi Post, Liabunya made the prophesy during a so-called night of cross over service conducted in Area 23 at Music Cross Road tent in Malawi's capital on January 1.
The Malawian additionally claimed that Mugabe's death, would restore Zimbabwe to be in the top five of the richest countries in Africa.
"Zimbabweans must hold their horses. At least now they have a chance to see for themselves who between us (Himself and the Malawian prophet), is saying the truth and indeed hears from God," said the minister who said the country shall become an economic powerhouse soon, but not after a new round of elections are held.
Almost exactly a year ago, The Telescope News, broke a story of Grace Mugabe's death warning made by the Zimbabwean prophet, and we asked him what God was telling him about the first lady.
"I stand by the prophesy made last year, through the inspiration of the Holy Ghost. A prophesy does not necessarily take two minutes or two days to come to pass. It is sad that our people have their own way of wanting things, but God does things at His own time without taking orders from nobody, because He is supreme and the only sovereign. It is not looking good for Grace, that's why we have to pray for her because Zimbabwean manners and culture does not teach us to rejoice over someone's death. It is even the harder for prophets to boldly proclaim such uncomfortable news. I have been waiting for her call, so we could pray together, but I guess it is all a joke in her eyes, however I can assure you that the nation is headed for mourning like never before."
"The sad passing away of Grace, will break Mugabe's heart to the point of resignation or retirement from power this year. God has shown me Mnangagwa ruling thereafter but for a short period. Mnangagwa is going to lose an election call to Morgan Tsvangirai. However Tsvangirai must be warned because anyone who is going to attempt to betray the people, and sell the country to outsiders shall be kicked out of power forthwith."