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Zimbabwe Prophecy: Winds of Change are Blowing

Harare – Winds of change are blowing into Zimbabwe. A third leadership change of power is coming, according to political and spiritual auth...

Harare – Winds of change are blowing into Zimbabwe. A third leadership change of power is coming, according to political and spiritual authorities.

After the exclusion of Robert Mugabe via a coup, the political environment has turned into a time bomb, contrary to what people expected from the so-called ‘new dispensation’ under Emmerson Mnangagwa’s watch.

By @Comic24Derick

Crowds, who thronged streets to force Mugabe out of power in November 2017, are now widely interrogating the act. Now as political tensions gather momentum in the country, prominent pastor, Prophet Blessing Chiza has foretold of the fall of a certain kingdom.

The prophet synonymous with delivering appropriate forecasts for the nation and beyond, conveyed the message through his Facebook post, a day before the scheduled mass protest organised by the country’s main opposition on 16 August, 2019.

“Then from his presence the hand was sent, and this writing was inscribed. And this is the writing that was inscribed: Mene, Mene, Tekel, and Parsin. This is the interpretation of the matter: Mene, God has numbered the days of your kingdom and brought it to an end.”

“Tekel, you have been weighed in the balances and found wanting; Peres, your kingdom is divided and given to the Medes and Persians,” quoted the prophet from the book of Daniel, concerning King Belshazzar.”

In his previous deliveries, Prophet Chiza had foretold of an alleged massive vote rigging, after the controversial July 2018 elections, later won by the ruling party.

In the aftermath of the alleged election fraud, the respected prophet predicted that the country would endure a torrid era, almost similar to the hectic 2008 period, characterised by massive food shortages alongside record inflation figures.
Protests in 2019 Ended with a Bloodshed 
Since then, prices of basic commodities have spiraled out of reach; electricity is sometimes available, while the president continues on globe-trotting escapades, aboard a chartered plane that has yielded nothing for the nation.

Faced with a bloating humanitarian crisis, the opposition called for a street match, notifying the police as demanded by the constitution, only for the state to apply for a late prohibition order, fearing a possible violence backlash. What followed was a police crackdown on pockets of demonstrators, already gathered in Harare, before the court ruling. 

“The Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) informs the nation that based on the notifications given by MDC A to regulating authorities to hold demonstrations in Harare, Bulawayo, Gweru, Masvingo and Mutare. 

“Intelligence and concrete evidence on the ground has revealed that indeed these so called ‘peaceful’ demonstrations will turn out to be violent,” Police national Spokesperson Assistant Commissioner Paul Nyathi had said.

Many believe the protests are a test to the current government’s resolve towards implementing outstanding political reforms, while it will also measure Mnangagwa’s popularity. International bodies continue to monitor developments in Harare with a keen eye.

“We are deeply concerned by the socio-economic crisis that continues to unfold in Zimbabwe. We urge the Government to find ways to engage with protestors, and to refrain from the use of violence,” noted UN Human Rights, after the police clampdown.

In response to the tragic events, coming after the fatal the August 2018 and January 2019 shootings, opposition leader Nelson Chamisa remained optimistic.

“All said and done, I acknowledge you the peace loving people of Zimbabwe. I salute those who supported the march despite the challenge. To those who got injured and were assaulted, I wish you quick recovery. Your bravery and courage are not in vain. We shall overcome.”

Pastor Tom Deuschle, a leading voice against the state-sponsored excesses, while other leaders remain silent.

“Many believers are afraid to speak up when they know they should, because they don’t want to go to the cross. They want to preserve their life, but in preserving it, they’ll lose it. God put you in a position of influence and authority to stand for righteousness.” 

The government’s double standards have come into scrutiny from observers, after the army endorsed the November 2017 march which put a lid to Robert Mugabe’s 40-year reign.

“If it was OK for us to march against Mugabe in Nov 2017, then it’s OK for us to march against the government today. The message is the same, we deserve better as a nation. We’re tired of poverty, injustice and corruption. We were peaceful in Nov 2017. We will be peaceful on Aug 16,” said advocate Fadzai Mahere.

Tensions are festering between the president and his number two – Constantino Chiwenga, who is holed in China, receiving treatment for a suspected poison-induced ailment. Former president, Mugabe has also refused to interact with Mnangagwa since his elimination from power in November 2017.

Relations within the armed forces are stale. Party heavyweights are positioning to replace the ailing Vice president, in the event of his demise.

Media reports from Singapore say that, the ailing Mugabe refused to be buried at the national shrine, preferring to be interred at his rural home – a clear rebuff at the current regime. Sensing the tension, Mnangagwa has sent his entourage in a bid to mend sour relations with the octogenarian, though the effort might yield nothing. 

 “You are at the top, you want to glorify yourself. You are not God. Today you are at the top, tomorrow you will be at the bottom, know that. God has His own way of punishing rogues and cruel people.”

“I am telling you in your face. I don’t care what will happen to me. He said the army must stop killing people and return to the barracks. People should love their army; they should not fear the army. You are not God,” Mugabe warned Mnangagwa.

Prophet Chiza has earlier warned Mnangagwa to seek audience with his ousted predecessor, in order to mend their bitter relations; however, the latter elected to rebuff the counsel, leading to a protracted standoff between the two warring parties.

Another prophetic voice from Bulawayo has added weight to the imminent regime change tune. 

“The country needs prayer. The third leadership change is about to take place. And when the third leadership takes place, there will be upheaval in this nation,” said Pastor Ian Ndlovu of Divine Kingdom Ministry.

Another recent proclamation by Pastor Ndlovu on 14 November, 2021, declared that Zimbabwe was entering a new season. In a YouTube video, broadcast from his Bulawayo base, the prolific prophet stated that “he Holy Spirit had told him to declare the coming of a new season for the country.”

Previously, Zimbabwe has witnessed countless calamities, ranging from economic ruin, shortage of foreign currency, power shortages, and recently an increase in political violence.   

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