Masvingo Messenger of Court Silvester Bheji Ndebele is locked in a bitter fight with Miracle Healing and Deliverance Ministries founder, Prophet Isaac Makomichi in which the duo accused each other of owning the two witches that were found at Ndebele's Rhodene house recently.
Two women were found stark naked at Ndebele's house and were immediately whisked away by Prophet Makomichi's friend Antony Yobe, with intention to surrender them at Masvingo Central police but never reached the destination.
Both Ndebele and Makomichi confirmed the witches' incident but then accused each other of being connected to the two women in question.
"Makomichi said he trapped witches at my house and I said they should be taken to the police. His church member Antony Yobe however, whisked them away and I wondered how can Makomichi trapped witches and protected them from being taken to police again? I believe the whole thing was stage-managed," said Ndebele in a statement recorded by the police.
Makomichi however, dismissed the allegations and claimed that the witches then started performing rituals and they overpowered Antony and fled living him for dead.
"The witches called Bheji by name and they even accused him of pretending that he did not know them. Antony only ran away with the witches because Bheji had pulled a gun and threatened to shoot the trio. In fact it was his children and wife who urged Antony to run away. I did not stage-managed anything," said Makomichi.
"I actually went to Bheji's house straight from the mountain where I was fasting. Bheji called me to his house because he needed my help and upon arrival at house, I found witches and I am now surprised that he (Bheji) is now accusing me of stage managing miracles when I actually trapped the witches. It's only unfortunate that Yobe failed to reach the police station because he was overpowered on the way to Masvingo Central police station," said Makomichi.
But Bheji who is now banking on the police for help insists that although he wanted Makomichi's help, he got surprised to see the prophet stage-managing miracles.news