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Dr. Ian Ndlovu: Pastor Who Foretold President Magufuli’s ‘Death’

The ‘demise’ of Tanzanian President John Magufuli was foreseen in 2020 by Zimbabwean Pastor Ian Ndlovu. A year later, Magufuli  succumbed to...

The ‘demise’ of Tanzanian President John Magufuli was foreseen in 2020 by Zimbabwean Pastor Ian Ndlovu.

A year later, Magufuli succumbed to a heart ailment while receiving treatment at Jakaya Kikwete Cardiac Institute in Dar Es Salaam, according to Vice President Samia Suluhu Hassan in a televised address. 

Magufuli was 61.

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In the two minutes forty seconds long video which premiered on the Divine Kingdom TV Ministry YouTube channel a year ago, Pastor Ndlovu mentioned a threat to the late president’s life.

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“God said we must pray for the president of Tanzania, Magufuli. We must pray for him because the Holy Spirit was telling me that the enemy wants to engineer a setback in his life, in his career because of his crusade of humility and his crusade against corruption.”

Pastor Ndlovu mentioned that the president had accrued a lot of powerful enemies because of his fight against corruption. “I saw him in a vision, he was seated in a chair there were these fierce-looking men who had drawn out arrows all aimed at him. I was asking God what this vision means.”
Pastor Ian Ndlovu, the Founder of Divine Kingdom Baptist Ministries (DKBM), Bulawayo, Zimbabwe

“The Holy Spirt was saying this Magufuli has a lot of enemies now. He is against corruption, he is against everything that makes people suffer. He has attracted a lot of powerful enemies who are plotting his downfall, even physical harm if that were to be possible.”

The prophetic message concluded with a plea for prayer. 

“I encourage my brothers and sisters in Tanzania to pray for President Magufuli. They should not wait for calamity to occur on him, they should intercede for him. They should fast for him for five days. He was not even aware of the threat around him. There are those who are plotting his downfall.”

Nicknamed the “bulldozer” for his unwavering anti-corruption posture, the late Tanzanian leader had earned trust and acclaim inside his country and abroad. Leading officials were fired under his watch, limiting foreign travel junkets once enjoyed by government officials and slashing the cabinet from 30 ministries to only 19.

“I’m telling government officers who are lazy and negligent to be prepared. They were tolerated for a long time. This is the end,” Magufuli warned during his first official speech.

News of Magufuli’s illness started circulated on social media, however, the Tanzanian government was adamant he was in good health. 

“I want to confirm to you Tanzania is safe. It’s normal for a human being to undergo check-ups like flu and fever and could suffer other illnesses,” Tanzanian vice president was quoted by VOA, three days before the president’s demise.

“I want to plead with Tanzanians, if there was a time to hold together is now. This is the time to build unity. It’s not a time to listen to information coming from outside,” she added.

Pastor Ndlovu’s prophesies have been persistent on the world stage, rightly prophesying the sickness of the former American president, Donal Trump. He also foretold the death of King Goodwill Zwelithini of South Africa.

On his LinkedIn profile, Pastor Ndlovu describes himself as “an Economist and an academic by training. Between April 2002 and February 2008 I was a high school teacher specializing in Advanced level Economics.”

Presently, he is an economics lecturer at the National University of Science and Technology (NUST) in Bulawayo, specialising in economics, national income, bank lending and credit risk management. 

In 2008, he founded Divine Kingdom Baptist Ministries (DKBM) with a mission to evangelise nations and to enhance Kingdom consciousness and capacities in believers.

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