Africa 17.1.2017 11:32 am

Mugabe ‘will die in October’, claims prophecy

Mugadza, who is based in the northern resort town of Kariba held a press conference last week where he announced that Mugabe would die on October 17.

Zimbabwe police on Monday detained a pastor who claimed that veteran President Robert Mugabe, who turns 93 next month, would die in October, his lawyer said. Gift Mtisi said Pastor Patrick Mugadza was arrested at the magistrate’s court in Harare where he was appearing on separate charges of wearing the national flag and charged over the prophecy made last week about Mugabe’s demise.

Mugabe ‘will die in October’, claims prophecy
Mugabe ‘will die in October’, claims prophecy

Mugabe ‘will die in October’, claims prophecy

Mugadza, who is based in the northern resort town of Kariba held a press conference last week where he announced that Mugabe would die on October 17.

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