Twitter is often compared to a cocktail party. It’s where friends and strangers gather to share information and connect through common interests. Albeit, inasmuch as it sounds like a party of level-headedness people who have the sophistication of channelling out their thoughts in 280 characters, language is not so innocent on the platform. You can’t say anything, can you?
Gorgeous Nairobi preacher and founder of Prophetic Latter Glory Ministries International, Reverend Lucy Natasha, is quite reputed for ever dazzling her online followers with her hot looks, showy display of expensive lifestyle and wise sayings. Sadly, the Oracle Of God prophetess rather torched a storm with Zimbabwean Twitter users when she visited President Emmerson Mnangagwa at State House on Saturday, November 23. She was in the country for the Mega 3 All-Night Prayer — convened by Daughters of Virtue (DOV) — at the National Sports Stadium on Friday.
Posting pictures of herself together with the Zimbabwean president on her official microblogging platform, Rev. Natasha wrote:
“Great moments with His Excellency Emmerson Mnangagwa, the President of the Republic of Zimbabwe in State House earlier today. I prophesy that God will usher you into a new realm of favor, dominion and influence.”
Great moments with His Excellency Emmerson Mnangagwa, the President of the Republic of Zimbabwe in State House earlier today.
— Rev Lucy Natasha (@RevLucyNatasha) November 23, 2019
While she clearly meant well with her prophecy, the flamboyant prophetess received a major backlash from a group of agitated users, with others claiming that she was in bed with the devil. Her prayers and concerns should have been directed to the hundreds of people who were hurt during recent police riots, some argued.
Most of her critics advised her to keep away from the President urging he is as evil as it can get and does not deserve God’s favour.
Others pleaded with Natasha to stick to the word of God and desist from mixing with characters.
Here were some of the response:
“Nemazuva ekupedzisira kuchauya maporofita echokwadi ne enhema”….. Ndisingaziwe zvangu wc side of the coin are you
— Tendai matimati (@tmatimati) November 24, 2019
Rumour has it she left Zimbabwe with a million US dollars.
— Obs (@obs333c) November 25, 2019
You are a sick mind. Go back to #Kenya we have no time for your nonsense.
— pride mkono (@pridemkono) November 26, 2019
New realm of what???? Go back to sender pic.twitter.com/4CzPOwNuVU
— Bandz (@bee_maqq) November 24, 2019
The illegitimate president commander in chief of genocide and second to none in the looting scene. I prophesy the luxury of hell from when Zimbabwe gets uhuru to the end of time🙄
— Bosslady (@LeaTayla) November 24, 2019
You meet a thief, and you are given time to chat, you leave him still an unrepentant thief and murderer
And then declare a GREAT MOMENT
Is this a church??
— welly Bukhale (@BukhaleWelly) November 24, 2019
You are such a fakery on issues governance and what is good for Zimbabwe, @RevLucyNatasha . Keep to The Word if it is your calling to preach or teach it.
— Silas Chepkeres Jakakimba (@silasjakakimba) November 25, 2019
The Early Church Apostles never had time for selfies with Earthly Rulers. It was a straight talk of Repentance and Salvation in Jesus Christ alone. I wonder what’s going on in the present church 😢
— Tendai Rwodzi (@tecorwod) November 24, 2019
😂😂😂 Prophets of these days lie all the way to some bucks in their pockets…. What happened to prophets like Nathan who stood for their God?
— Bossman MrTyres 🇿🇼🇿🇼 (@47ent) November 24, 2019
These frauds even convince Presidents to listen to their con games. Poor @edmnangagwa . 🤔🤔🤔
— Kibra Ni Bedroom. (@NasaRevolution) November 24, 2019
There is no great moment in visiting ED when you can’t warn him that it’s against God’s will to kill people.
I strongly believe that you are satanic .
— Moyo (@PeterEv04277927) November 24, 2019
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