Prominent Bulawayo based pastor of the Devine Kingdom Ministry Ian Ndlovu has issued a prophecy that the most loved opposition leader Nelson Chamisa will emerge victorious at MDC Alliance congress.
“I know there’s a contest which is going to take place towards mid-year. I am not going to state the obvious.
“I’m not a member of any organisation or a member of the teams that will be jostling during my birthday month but I will speak what God has shown me.
“What God has shown me is that a person with an Australasian name that I talked about in the past few months, I didn’t see him handing over the baton as yet, that is what I saw in the spirit. I saw the person continue to run. It’s not yet a relay.
“Even though there will be spirited efforts to actually dislodge him from his position, there will be spirited efforts,” said the respected man of cloth.
He went on to say that after congress the main challenge would be to keep the party united. In the MDC Alliance party, the man with an Australasian name is Nelson Chamisa.
Australasia is a region of Oceania comprising Australia, New Zealand, the island of New Guinea, and neighbouring islands in the Pacific Ocean. The term was coined by Charles de Brosses in Histoire des navigations aux terres australes.
Nelson is a city on the South Island of New Zealand, facing Tasman Bay. It’s known for local arts and crafts stores, and art galleries. It’s also a popular base for nearby caving sites, vineyards and Abel Tasman National Park. Established by English settlers in 1841, the city’s history is showcased at Founders Heritage Park, a living museum with a vintage railway.
Ndlovu rose to prominence during the 2018 election period when he correctly prophesied the August 1 killings.
In a video clip which went viral on social media during that period , Pastor Ndlovu claimed that God had shown him a vision in which President Mnangagwa was given a special assignment to fulfill.
He said the President’s tenure would not be as long as that of deposed strongman Mr Robert Mugabe.
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— MyZimbabwe News