Welcome to South Africa, the rainbow nation that blossoms most in Africa. South Africa our lovely land whose arms are open to any other nation that wants warmth. Our Beloved country whose economy used to be so strong. Our beloved country with the most gullible citizens.
Cry our beloved land that fought so hard for it freedom. Oh hail to our freedom fighters who stood up for our freedom. O hail to amaqhawe wethu who led us to freedom. South Africa marks it 25 years of freedom this year.
Are we as South African’s free indeed?
We might be free against the apartheid oppression but we are yet experiencing the worst era in our land. We have all turned a blind eye against the money hungry so called men of God. We have pretended not to know the difference between prophets and profits.
Cry our beloved country were astonishing incidents are discovered and the perpetrators go scot-free. We have watched several foreign men come to our country and perform magical acts to our gullible citizens. We have watched insane acts happen and turned a blind eye.
Hopes, dreams and miracles are being sold to us all in the name of God. This is all absurd, in a more recent scam, a man who calls himself one of these miracle performing men of God claimed to have raised a man that is alive from death. He put up quite a show though it did not work out for him as the supposedly dead man’s mouth was wide open. Really, was the dead man going to be buried with a cellphone in his pocket. Nice Try!!!
While Pastor Alph Lukau is busy talking, I encourage to concentrate on the mouth of the guy in the coffin then you will decide if he was dead or not.
Maybe this guy can bring back the like of Nelson Mandela, Hector Peterson, Hugh Masekela, Steve Biko, OR Tambo and others. pic.twitter.com/lFoNsM0grO
— Chief Erican (@EricanSA) February 25, 2019
We won’t even go to the stunts of the well know Bushiri nor the notorious Omotoso. Why has our government given these men such freedom to brainwash and entice our community mostly our elders. We urge our government to intervene we have heard it up to our necks. Let the church money making scheme come to an end. As it stands, it is worse than most fraudulent pyramid schemes. We call for a more civilised South Africa free from all absurd magicians.
Article submitted by Lorraine Magidigidi. The views expressed in this article are not those of Surge Zirc SA.