From prayer to poison: Woman dies after taking herbal treatment from ‘unqualified’ prophet

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A woman from Bulawayo’s Romney Park suburb has died allegedly after drinking a poisonous concoction given to her by a self-proclaimed prophet. Ropafadzo Mupandasekwa, a transcriber employed by the Judicial Service Commission, reportedly got the “cleansing” concoction from Prophet Pasca Humbasha Ncube of Vadzidzi veJerusalem Apostolic sect.

According to a source close to the family, Ropafadzo had been to the prophet’s place multiple times before. On the day of the incident, she went to the prophet for prayers and was given a powder and warm water concoction to drink. After she got home, she started vomiting and eventually vomited blood. Her husband and relatives rushed her to the hospital, where she died the following day.

The incident was reported to the police, and investigations are ongoing. The prophet has not yet been arrested.

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The tragic incident highlights the dangers of blindly trusting self-proclaimed prophets and spiritual leaders who may not have the necessary expertise and qualifications to provide safe and effective treatments. It is important for individuals to exercise caution and seek medical advice from qualified professionals before taking any herbal treatments or medications.

A woman from Bulawayo’s Romney Park suburb has died allegedly after drinking a poisonous concoction given to her by a self-proclaimed prophet. Ropafadzo Mupandasekwa, a transcriber employed by the Judicial Service Commission, reportedly got the “cleansing” concoction from Prophet Pasca Humbasha Ncube of Vadzidzi veJerusalem Apostolic sect.

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According to a source close to the family, Ropafadzo had been to the prophet’s place multiple times before. On the day of the incident, she went to the prophet for prayers and was given a powder and warm water concoction to drink. After she got home, she started vomiting and eventually vomited blood. Her husband and relatives rushed her to the hospital, where she died the following day.

The incident was reported to the police, and investigations are ongoing. The prophet has not yet been arrested.

The tragic incident highlights the dangers of blindly trusting self-proclaimed prophets and spiritual leaders who may not have the necessary expertise and qualifications to provide safe and effective treatments. It is important for individuals to exercise caution and seek medical advice from qualified professionals before taking any herbal treatments or medications.


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