Reader’s FEEDBACK on Makandiwa’s Oil prophecy

Just some of the feedback responses from our readers on Makandiwa story

Our lack of faith as a nation is our biggest setback. God can do anything — believe and it shall be yours, ‘Is anything too hard for the Lord.’ — Mwana wemuporofita

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Oil and gas were discovered way back in Lupane. — L.Z

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These prophets are taking this country for a ride Government should do something as a matter of urgency, they should summon this ‘prophet’ (Makandiwa) to show them were the oil is. This is not his oil it belongs to the country and it will benefit all of us so we have the right to know. — Noah

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Thinking of Diesel paChinhoyi. Ini ziii zvangu semunhu mukuru.— C.E

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Zimbabweans’ desperation has gone too far. Tell me the difference between Rotina Mavhunga of the diesel paChinhoyi claim and Emmanuel Makandiwa. There is no oil, this is one of his prophetic gimmicks. — P.Z

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Surely we need more scientists and engineers to tell us there’s large deposits of oil in Zimbabwe not Prophets.— D.M

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During Judgment Night 1 and 2 prophesies were made but up to now they have not yet come to pass. Should we believe this oil trick again, come on Zimbabweans these guys are into business open your eyes. — Tich

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Christianity is now confusing. God help us which road to follow. Amanda

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Thank you for bringing this topic (issue of uniforms in churches) to the public. It has always been a bone of contention especially in traditional churches. It’s even worse if you are a single mom like me. As a Catholic, it’s not easy entering such guilds. I believe the heart of the person is what is important.

But at times if you are not a member of a guild, it’s difficult to be recognised. I think it’s better to be active in church activities and participate as a member. The guilds can be a source of division. This needs to be discussed in the church. All the best and I can’t wait to receive more — Catholic member.

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Greetings . . . hope I find you well, I was so touched by your post in relation to the lessons you learnt from the Great Mensa Otabil, surely we need wisdom . . . If you happen to write something in relation with Wisdom, I will be exceptional grateful if you share with me — Bless yo-Dexter

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