Makandiwa’s spokesperson sues Sunday Mail

Pastor Prime Kufa who is United Family International Church l(UFIC) leader Emmanuel Makandiwa’s spokesperson wants US$150 000 for alleged defamation after The Sunday Mail on June 11, 2017 published a story titled “Makandiwa vs Millionaire couple”. The story the publication alleges that Kufa said that UFIC would pay back  businessman Mr Upenyu Mashangwa and his wife Mrs Blessing Mashangwa’s tithes and offerings.

However, Kufa denies that he made any such undertaking on behalf of UFIC or Makandiwa. In its defence, The Sunday Mail says that a letter dated March 14, 2017, written by Mrs Mashangwa’s lawyers, Mutamangira and Associates says otherwise. The Mashangwas are suing Prophet Makandiwa for US$6,5 million for alleged “fake miracles, defamation and fraud”.

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Emmanuel Makandiwa is a popular self proclaimed prophet who founded an interdenominational church in 2008 which later became a fully functional church in 2010. He was formerly pastor in the Apostolic Faith Mission in Zimbabwe (AFM) Church. Makandiwa has been in the media limelight with his controversial miracles ranging from manhood enlargement to changing people’s HIV statuses as well as causing the birth of baby three day old pregnancy. He became the first person to fill up the National Sports Stadium in April 2011. Read More

The Sunday Mail is a state owned weekly newspaper publication which is popular in Zimbabwe. The paper operates under the Zimpapers brand. The Sunday Mail was first published in 1935 during the colonial period in the then Rhodesia and it operates from the Zimpapers offices in the capital city Harare. Read More

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