Wednesday, 2 April 2014

150 000 expected at Makandiwa's Judgement Night

HARARE - More than 150 000 people, including foreigners, are expected to attend Prophet Emmanuel Makandiwa’s “Judgement Night” prayer session at the National Sports Stadium on April 19.

Makandiwa, a popular preacher with a huge following throughout the country and on the continent, announced at a recent church service that this year’s Judgement Night would surpass the previous one held two years ago.

The United Family International Church (UFIC) leader said this would be a ground-breaking session which he believes would bring in new developments in a country battered by acute economic difficulties.

Makandiwa preaches during a church service at the National Sports Stadium.
Said Makandiwa: “God has finally remembered our nation and remarkable things are going to happen after this. Zimbabwe has never experienced anything like it before.”

Makandiwa preaches during a church service at the National Sports Stadium.

Last year, Judgement Night was cancelled at the last minute after administrators of the venue drilled holes in Makandiwa’s plans by making too many demands which the church could not meet.

A spokesperson for the church, Prime Kufakunesu, said this year’s event would be bigger than the one held in 2012 judging by the response they were getting from the public.

“Judgement Night is an all night prayer session where Prophet Makandiwa will take time to defeat dark forces which bring ills like bareness, poverty, sicknesses, conflict, failures in the lives of the people.

“Judgement Night has grown in popularity among UFIC church members and Christians from other churches. We have received inquiries from people as far as the United Kingdom, South Africa, Malaysia, Uganda, from Botswana, South Africa, Namibia, Ghana, Nigeria and many other parts of the world.

“We urge our visitors from out of town to quickly make bookings because hotels will be fully booked,” said Kufakunesu.

He did not reveal what miracles Makandiwa would perform but emphasised that “tremendous things are going to happen and the nation should be ready.”

Already, people have started speculating about “the tremendous things” expected during Judgement Night with most followers saying that Makandiwa could make a prophecy that might change the country’s political landscape. But others are speculating about economic fortunes turning around while others are predicting social changes to the country.

UFIC officials have however decided to keep people in suspense and guessing as they are not revealing the major developments Makandiwa is going to foretell.
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