Ancestral thumbs up for Mugabe

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Prophets from Zimbabwe’s Apostle Church have prophesied that Robert Mugabe will win the upcoming elections, while Morgan Tsvangirai’s political future is uncertain. Picture:

Zimbabwe- Leaders of Zimbabwe’s Apostle Church say the country’s current president Robert Mugabe will win the upcoming elections, after they received an ancestral prophesy.

The country is preparing for general elections set to be held this year.

Prophets from one of the biggest churches in the country said the ancestors confirmed that Mugabe would be announced president of Zimbabwe, after voters go to the polls. 

The prophets claimed today that “a word has been delivered to them through the Spirits”.

“We now know the winner of the next harmonised elections and it is president Mugabe” said the prophets.

The church leaders also said Mugabe’s main opposition, prime minister Morgan Tsvangirai, would no longer be the leader of his party, the Movement for Democratic Change.

Mugabe, 89, has been described by close friends as a devout catholic.

Earlier this year, vice president Joyce Mujuru said Mugabe was anointed by God to Zimbabwe.

-eNCA

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