‘Don’t ignore Covid-19 vision!’

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Prophet Xolisile Mthethwa says many will continue to die from Covid-19, if government keeps ignoring her plea.  Photo by Raymond Morare
Prophet Xolisile Mthethwa says many will continue to die from Covid-19, if government keeps ignoring her plea. Photo by Raymond Morare

XOLISILE Mthethwa claimed to have seen corona through a prophesy 20 years ago.

Now, Mthethwa said another prophesy has come.

She said many people will continue to die, if government keeps ignoring her plea to preach the Word of God.

Along with her supporters, they marched to the Union Buildings in July and on Thursday, 28 October.

Mthethwa demonstrated outside the Union Buildings saying President Cyril Ramaphosa had failed to act on his promise to take the matter to the Council of Churches.

Daily Sun previously published a story in which Mthethwa (57) from Kagiso, Mogale City, claimed she received a message from God in 2001 about a deadly disease that was in fact Covid-19.

She said: “As Christians, we believe God has the power to heal, just like in the days of Moses when He could heal all kinds of sicknesses.”

She said while God says we should pray and will live, government wants to enforce stricter rules to limit our movements.

A protester said: “We are here to plead with government to listen to what God says.”

Robert Ngobeni-Hlongwane from the Office of the Presidency promised to respond to the concerns raised after the elections.

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