Kushubile!! Abafundisi : The Pastors Accuse Apostle Makhado Of Witchcraft

Apparently the sangoma told Apostle Makhado to bury the head of a pig in his church ground's, as he was then able to heal members of his church from any illnesses.

Last night episode of Abafundisi the word witchcraft was used as pastors accused another pastor of whichcraft
Abafundisi: The Pastors / Photofile: Google

Last night’s episode of Abafundisi was electrifying as it was filled with drama and the word “witchcraft” was used several times. If you’re confused on what we’re talking about well you know we’ll never leave you guys hanging so let’s fill you in.

Last night’s episode saw pastors being distributed after learning about how far Apostle Makhado had gone to gain his healing powers. Aibo Kanti you seek for healing powers? Aren’t they given naturally aii!!

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Well, yesterday the pastor’s had a meeting with the religious leader, Apostle Makhado who explained to them how he was able to gain his healing powers. He explained that’s he had met with a sangoma, who advised him of a specific ritual he had to perform aibo!!

What we’re about to tell you guys will shock you even further, let’s get back to it. Apparently the sangoma told Apostle Makhado to bury the head of a pig in his church grounds, as he was then able to heal members of his church from any illnesses.

As shocked as we are and I know you guys are shocked as well, the other pastors were completely stunned by this and called him out to say he uses witchcraft and claimed that he went against the teachings of the Bible.

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As the pastors voiced their strong opinions about Apostle Makhado, he remained unbothered he remained happy on the fact that at the end of the day he helps his congregation.

So SurgeZirc readers what are your views about this, is this witchcraft or normal?

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