Unleashing army will backfire heavily, this time ZDF will get an equal opponent: Makandiwa warns ED

UFIC Leader Prophet Emmanuel Makandiwa has warned Zanu Pf Government of an inevitable international army intervention over Zimbabwe’s soil should there be any bloodshed, like the past incident which recorded 17 citizens dead, arguing that only talks between the two main parties will rescue the situation.

Contrary to recent statements by President Mnangagwa that he will heavily pounce on the next protest, Makandiwa warned the move will heavily backfire.

In his sermon addressing thousands of congregates today, Makandiwa said seeing blood in the street should be sacred and death of a single person must disturb the whole nation as life is vital and only God should give it and take it away. He said already, what he had prophesied in 2010 is now coming to fulfillment.

“If this happens for the third time it will not be good. We don’t want anything that will provoke the bees (military) from outside. It won’t be our army against civilians, this time they will get an equal opponent, it is going to be army against army. We don’t want that to happen because where we are now, there’s still a chance.”

Makandiwa also explained that in his 2010 prophecy where he said a soldier ran out of bullets while shooting civilians, the real interpretation to that was a national secret, where our armory reserves had actually depleted to low levels and the government was not even aware and not ready, should the international community be deployed against the country.

Makandiwa also stated that he did not have a close relationship with politicians since they turn to order around man of God at the time they are supposed to be asking for the word of God.

“If you had a relationship with the current system you would not come here and complain over issues. What makes the relationship absent isn’t that, neither they or I don’t want it, but it’s because I don’t want to be told around what to do. In the relationship I should be the one telling you because you’re the one who cannot hear from God. I can spend ten years with you and never tell you a word from God, as long as you like to talk.”

Makandiwa also sensitively noted that there was a third force which makes it very unsafe for those who think they are in power and safe.

Makandiwa said that he was not comfortable with such prophecies as they make him more powerful enemies, stating that also speaking positively about the current system makes you an enemy of those against it.

“If you’re an outsider its easy to give such a prophecy but when you’re here it’s different. And I once said this one who is loyal (VP Mnangagwa) will be poisoned. Ah! It’s not because you want any favour. Proof that it was a terrible prophecy, don’t go by what I said or how I said it. I’m talking about you say something that even the victim himself was afraid to admit publicly that he was truly poisoned.”

There are times when you clearly deserve to hear the heart of God, not in parables, this is not prophetic, its an advise, this is already in the public domain, the house of commons is discussing this alternative already.

The UFIC leader said that it was not too late for our politicians to make good and must take the opportunity to dialogue and sit down in the best interest of the nation if we are to move forward.

“Unity is recommended at all the times, it does not matter you call it dialogue, from the word go, working together has always been the best option and you need advise towards this. ”

Makandiwa also castigated the looting that saw goods worth thousands of dollars going up in smoke and stated that this discouraged investment and makes Zimbabwe a very bad country for any potential investor

You cannot be looting from your own neighbors and friends after they spent their hard earned money to stock, if you say the government is evil, how much more evil are you when you loot from your own, There is no serious investor coming into Zimbabwe with such an attitude. If you are here and want to do something for the nation in the future, when you get to the position, do it with all your best.”

The Zimbabwe Defence Forces was also advised to completely remove soldiers from the streets and rather equip the police force with all necessary tools to give a good national outlook.


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