Top gospel musician Fungisai Zvakavapano-Mashavave, who was involved in a horrific car accident over the weekend and came out unscathed, spoke out on the unfortunate incident, saying it’s yet another case that speaks of the Devil as a failed liar.
The Kurarama Inyasha hitmaker was on her way to Chipinge where she was scheduled to perform at a ZAOGA Explo Crusade. She was driving a Jeep Grand Cherokee and hit a herd of cattle and had much of the front damaged on impact.
She took to her Instagram to thank God and also announced she will be releasing a new album titled “The Prophetic Ancient Voice”.
“So the Devil is a failed liar again…. I decided to attend our ZAOGA Explo Crusade in Chipinge last eve before coming to the Cyclone Survivors fundraising event at Queens Hall in Mutare today.
And a herd of cattle happened!! Kindly join the cause in Mutare today and bring everything you can to Queens Hall. Thank you for your prayers. I know I could have been carried lifeless from the scene in a silver thing that I saw at the police station but God preserved my life and I don’t take it lightly.
I may not make it there today but kindly celebrate this escape by bringing your donation at queens hall today.
A 6th sense tells me God found it worthwhile to preserve this Gift so I have the chance to unveil The Prophetic Ancient Voice Album and I believe God it will change the face of Christian Music and the Zim music Industry in general. Watch the space… All my love God bless u,” wrote Fungisai on her social media page.
This is the second road accident Fungisai has been involved in a space of two years.
In 2017, she appeared in court on allegations of negligent driving after bumping into a vehicle she was following too closely.
It was reported that she failed to manoeuvre while overtaking and hit another vehicle in the outer lane along Leopold Takawira Street in Harare’s Central Business District, causing other vehicles to ram into each other.
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