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I predicted Mjintu wife’s death: Prophet Freddy

Prophet Freddy and wife Milanda

GOODNESS and Mercy Ministries founder, Prophet Tapiwa Freddy, who is famed for his “spiritual spectacles miracles”, said he had predicted the death of veteran guitarist Innocent Mjintu’s wife during a prophetic service held at the church in Glen View 8 last Wednesday.

Staff Reporter

Prophet Freddy and wife Milanda

Mjintu’s wife of 25 years died in Chitungwiza last week.

Freddy told The Standard Style that he received a prophetic dream in which the Spirit of God showed him one of his congregants in tears.

“During the prophetic service, I called Elton Muropa’s wife and told her about the prophetic dream. In no time, she received the news that Mjintu’s wife had passed on,” he said.

Muropa and Mjintu were part of Orchestra Mberikwazvo, sungura ace Alick Macheso’s backing group.

The prophet, who claims that some of his prophecies have enabled people to recover some of their stolen goods, said through personal consecration, God answers him through the Bible, prophetic dreams, visions and encounters.

Famed for the “spiritual spectacles”, which he said allow people to see their past and future, giving congregants the ability to see the “second world”, Freddy said he helped a woman who had a problem of body odour.

“The woman lost her husband because of stinky armpits, but last Wednesday I prayed for her and she is now okay. She is yet to give a testimony, but it’s now a thing of the past to her,” he said.

Meanwhile, the Man of God will host the Power of the Cross Easter Conference at his church in Glen View 8 from April 14 to 16.

“It will be one of our greatest conferences of the year and we are expecting congregants from all over the world. We have put everything in place and we are inviting all Christians to come and be part of this conference where we celebrate the life of Jesus Christ,” he said.

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