Masvingo – Commissioner General of the Zimbabwe Republic Police, Augustine Chihuri attacked United Family International Church (UFIC) leader, Prophet Emmanuel Makandiwa saying his church is full of harlots as was witnessed by the number of used condoms that were found at the venue of Judgment Night 4 held in Harare recently.
Addressing church sermon at Glory Temple in Masvingo on Sunday, Chihuri described both Makandiwa and Prophetic Healing and Deliverance (PHD) ministries leader, Walter Magaya as fake prophets.
Referring to Makandiwa and Magaya as 'Makandigaya', Chihuri said Makandiwa's annually held Judgment Night is not Godly since many used condoms were found at the venue. He also attacked Magaya's anointing water saying God cannot be found in a water bottle.
"Why do you talk of spiritual fathers when God is there to help everyone with the holy anointing we all need? If God offers us all spiritual packages on the table, why then resort to Nigeria and Ghana for spiritual anointing. As a Christian, I am really surprised.
"Now you hold sermons in the name of Judgment Night. Who are you to judge when we are all aware that judgment is withheld by the Lord himself. When we visit the venues you hold that event, we find used condoms and empty beer bottles yet you claim to have been praying," Chihuri said.
"When you return from those spiritual leaders of yours, you put your gods in bottles of water and sell them to innocent believers. Who duped you to say God stays in a water bottle? We should really shun unfounded ways of prayer and kneel down to ask God of our needs, that way, we will be blessed in abundance," he added.
Prophets Magaya and Makandiwa have spiritual fathers, Nigerian televangelist TB Joshua and Ghanaian Victor Kusi Boateng respectively.
Efforts to get comments from Makandiwa and magaya were fruitless by time of going to print.
Judgement Night has become an annual gathering at which UFIC members gather for prayer, deliverance and worship led by Makandiwa. International religious figures such as Victor Kusi Boateng and locals such as Uebert Angel have featured at the religious gathering in recent years.news