Outspoken Masvingo based cleric, Isaac Makomichi, has vowed to stop satanic worship in South Africa.
In a statement the controversial preacher threatened to use his “prophetic grace” to cast a spell on the satanic church.
He described the opening of the satanic church as an abomination.
The South African Satanic Church opened its doors in February after a four-year-long idea was brought to life by the co-founders.
Thomas Matthew Miles-Nell, a member of the church, said as a satanist he found it refreshing that there was now an organisation that is representative of what true religious satanism was.
Jaco Venter, another member, said: “I am really proud of my country that my religion is being acknowledged and empowered.”
The church is a registered non-profit company under the category of a religious organisation.
Co-founders Adri Norton and Riaan Swiegelaar said they would like to dispel some of the misconceptions people may have about satanism.
Commenting on the satanic church founders’ remarks, Makomichi said: “This should not be allowed to happen. This is a direct challenge to the entire Christian community.
“I will personally travel to South Africa to confront the leaders of the satanic church.
“They must be stopped physically and spiritually. I have the spiritual prowess to stop satanic worship,” Makomichi fumed.
Makomichi is known for distributing what he calls the anointed love potion herb to women and girls across the country- for free.