Munini K. Mulera exposes prophets who reap big from the industry of Jesus, pointing out a few pastors especially from Zimbabwe who use several tricks to solicit funds from followers.
Pastor Tito Watts and his dear wife Amanda planned a scam whereby they sold ‘’tickets to heaven’’ for $500 per ticket, claiming that these tickets will definitely get them into the gates of haven with no Judgment.
According to Zimbawean news outlets, Pastor Tito Watts was on 7th July arrested by police for selling the said tickets, but a huge congregation protested against his arrest and immediately he was released.
The second title goes to another Zimbawean Pastor known as Paul Senyangore who reportedly used his mobile phone to call his ‘’Papa God’’ to help solve a woman’s problem.
The third title goes to a Kenyan prophet who heads the Ministry of Repentance and Holiness Church, he has gained popularity for his false claims calling himself a miracle worker.
These are a few fake prophets that Jesus cautioned us against in Mathew 24:4-5,24. They are operating their business across Sub-Saharan Africa under sham-evangelical churches which have nothing to do with Gospel of Christ Jesus, according to Muniini.
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