Controversial Zimbabwean cleric Isaac Makomichi, has reportedly received threats from leaders of the satanic church in South Africa.
Last week the controversial preacher threatened to use his “spiritual powers” to destroy the church.
Makomichi claimed he received the threats on his social media accounts. Makomichi is the leader of Calvary Prayer Group.
”Do you have the powers to defeat us?” A member of the church allegedly asked the preacher.
“Some prophets are our agents, so don’t waste your time,” another member of the church reportedly wrote on social media.
One of the satanic church elders also allegedly wrote: ”We advise Zimbabwean prophet, Isaac Makomichi to mind his own business or he can join us. He cannot fight us as we are working with more than 50 prophets in his country, he must keep quite for his own good.”
Makomichi responded, “I’m not afraid of them, they are sending me direct messages to my Twitter asking me to keep quite.
Pastors must unite and destroy that satanic sect.”
In 2016 Makomichi gave a false prophecy saying that late former President Mugabe would win the 2018 elections.
Makomichi said he had on several occasions been shown in his dreams that President Mugabe would still be at the helm after the 2018 general elections.
Prophet Makomichi told The Chronicle on 31 August 2016 that President Mugabe was the God chosen leader for Zimbabwe.
He said the Mugabe was an anointed leader, adding that even a coalition of opposition parties would fail to unseat him.
“I was given this dream and the country had passed the voting period in 2018. It was after 2018 plebiscite and President Mugabe was still in power.
“A voice resonated saying that only God will remove President Mugabe from his position,” said Prophet Makomichi.
“I was given this dream and the country had passed the voting period in 2018. It was after 2018 plebiscite and President Mugabe was still in power.”
Mugabe was toppled by his army during 2017 military coup and was replaced by his then deputy and long time ally Emmerson Mnangagwa.
— Zimbabwe Eye/Chronicle