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    Prophet reported to Police over messages to a married woman


    Joseph Ndenda, a prophet with Johanne Wenguo Tsvuku has been reported to the Police over messages that he exchanged with a married woman who was getting prayers from him.
    The exchange of naughty messages went late into the night.
    Simpson Mukaro who stormed into The Mirror described Ndenda's messages to his wife Christine Chafa as loose, immoral and suggestive.
    Mukaro is the one who introduced his wife to the prophet as he wanted the prophet to solve some problems in the family. However, Ndenda allegedly intensified communications with the wife when she went to the rural areas.
    The two would discuss a lot of things including the movements of Chafa's husband.  In one of the messages Ndenda asked how Chafa was going to pay him for the prayers he had made for her.
    Ndenda however, refuted the allegations when contacted by The Mirror. Rather he rushed to The Mirror to give his side of the story.
     "I am not in love with Mai B, I was just helping her on her marital problems with her husband hence the text messages which appeared to be of intimate nature. I regret sending the messages but I had no intention of proposing love to Mai B whom I regard as my sister," said Madzibaba Ndenda.
    Mukaro said he always suspected his wife so he took away her phone as soon as she arrived back home from the rural areas. The couple stays in Muchecke and the wife had gone to their rural home in Gutu.
    "That's when I discovered the messages. The messages are not only suggestive but they are intimate. There is no usual barrier between a prophet and a married woman," said Mukaro.
    Mukaro said he took the matter to the Police who advised him to sue the prophet at the Civil Courts.
    Chafa conceded that the messages were for a married woman were in bad taste. She however, insisted that she was not in love with the prophet.
    Mukaro also showed his mother the messages between the prophet and her daughter-in-law.
    They both come from Gutu, under Village head Maorere in Nerupiri area.
    The conversation started around 6pm to around 9pm on March, 6 2016.
    Kurisei (How is it?)
    Yaa andifonera manheru ano (Oh yes he phoned me this evening).
    No pane zvandanga ndichiita sorry hako (Pardon for not answering in time, I was doing something).
    Ange ari kuenda kunoona mai vake hanzi ndadeedzewa nhasi futi (He had gone to see his mother. The mother called him there again today)
    Nei problem yauinawo yu don believe zvandinotaura mumwe wangu chete (Your problem is you don't believe what I tell you my dear)
    Ndakati nezuro ndirikuita munamato anzwisise ndikaita wani ( I told you I am praying for your hubby to understand you, didn't I?)
    Ko ini uchandigonera riini (So when how are going to do something good for me)
    Shamwari ndozviona koiwe (Dear I see your efforts, what about you?)
    Hey riini shaa time (Hey when are you going to do something good for me?)
    Aaaa hauchadi kutaura neni iri bhoo ndave kurara (So you are not talking to me anymore, I am sleeping then)
    Blank message is sent
    Wozodii pedzisa ndiwane kurarawo (So what are you going to do? Tell me so that I can I have good sleep).
    Sahwira (My dear)!
    In Shona culture its taboo for a man to call a married woman sahwira or to say 'uchandigonera riini'.local news

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