State security agents haunt prophet Sisonke

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by Chimuti Chimuti

Plans are afoot to smear campaign outspoken South African based Zimbabwean prophet Sisonke Ndlovu whose spiritual father is controversial prophet Eubert Angels.

This comes amid reports the young prophet’s prophecies are not favourable to the government of the day.

Sources said state security agents want to tarnish his image following his divorce proceedings. Last week Ndlovu gave a chilling prophecy that one of the political leaders in Zimbabwe will soon go into hiding as political temperatures rise.

“A leader of a political party in Zimbabwe will go into hiding as they fear for their lives” Ndlovu said in South Africa on January 12 during a prayer session.

In an exclusive interview with Zimbabwenewslive on Sunday Ndlovu refused to disclose the name of the political leader.

“For national security reasons I cannot disclose which party but all i can say is that we must prepare for heavy prayers,” he said.

Sources said the state agents want to use the government controlled newspaper, the Chronicle, since his headquarters are in Bulawayo.

This comes as Ndlovu prepares to launch her South African church inn he forthcoming weeks. Of late Ndlovu is staying in south Africa as political intimidation continued to doggy him.

In his prophecy last week Ndlovu also said Zimbabwe will witness massive problems as wholesalers battle with labour unions in February.

The 27-year old prophet whose headquarters are in Sizinda said he is now based in South Africa and visits his churches frequently.

On Zimbabwe Ndlovu said he sees a transition only in he structures and not on the top position. “I see the old being replaced with new blood in the structures not in the top,”

“Zimbabwe shall be relevant now more than ever politically. I see nations sitting for a meeting called THE ZIMBABWE EXAMPLE. Learning how we struggled and prospered as a nation.”

Ndlovu’ s prophecies come at a time when former vice president Joice Mujuru is on the ground shaping her political party ahead of 2018 elections.

Mujuru was expelled from Zanu PF in 2014 after being accused of corruption and plans to overthrow president Robert Mugabe.

Ndlovu says God told him new blood will take over Zanu PF structures while the top remains the same. This comes on the backdrop of serious internal strife in Zanu PF as thebold guard battle the young Turks calling themselves generation 40 and has vowed to derail vice president Emmerson Mnangagwa’s ascendency.