Twitter reaching boiling point



UNITED States based prophet, Fadzayi Sithole, affectionately known as F Jay Moses said the prophesy he made in December last year about Zimbabwe is about to come to pass as the situation is reaching boiling point on social media with the hashtag #ZimbabweanLivesMatter trending.

The prophecy he made on 31st December 2019 claimed that protests that were happening in US were “smaller” than demonstrations that were coming to the Southern African country and will begin on social media.

“Zimbabwe there will be more demonstrations, riots and chaos in the nation. A wave is coming and many did not make it. I heard sounds of gunshots in the CBD again, but there is a solution in the end. The best is yet to come,” prophet Moses said in December.

The months of July and August have seen the rise of digital protests in Zimbabwe, characterised by hashtags #ZimbabweanLivesMatter, an offspring of #Blacklivesmatter in USA.

“The Purpose of prophecy is to warn the nations and call people to prayer. The man of God gave a prophecy #12 concerning the nation of Zimbabwe on the 31st of December 2019. This is a call to pray for the nation as what is currently happening in the nation can spark serious riots that will lead to bloodshed and major arrests of prominent people,” he said recently.

“Zimbabwe needs God’s intervention right now. What we are seeing on the news in the USA could be small compared to what is coming to this nation. Let us pray for peace, Let us pray if possible for God to change events unless otherwise. Churches and Leaders call for prayer to heal the Land,” he added.

Last month, political commentator and investigative journalist, Hopewell Chin’ono, the one who exposed Zanu PF officials in massive corruption, the latest being the Drax Covidgate scandal that saw the arrest and dismissal of Health Minister Obadiah Moyo, was arrested together with opposition Transform Zimbabwe leader, Jacob Ngarivhume.

They were arrested ahead of the planned 31st July protests against corruption and charged for allegedly “inciting violence”.

On the day of the protests, the Zimbabwean police arrested scores of people who tried to hold peaceful demonstrations.


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