The late popular Chipinge n'anga Sekuru Ndunge's legacy seems to have a bleak future after his son was taken to court for a shameful crime – theft.
A Bulawayo self-proclaimed prophet who claims to be the late popular Chipinge n’anga Sekuru Ndunge’ son was arrested for stealing from his clients.
Issac Makuyana Ndunge (37) was sentenced to 24 months in prison after pleading guilty for selling two of his female clients – Simbisai Zimbodza (35) and Slyvia Njanji (32)’s cellphones.
The accused said the two ladies had gone to his shrine seeking for solutions to their marital problems, where they left their cellphones after failing to pay him in full.
“Your worship, these two ladies (Zimbodza and Njanji) came to my shrine seeking to have their marital and financial woes solved. I advised them to pay US$15. But they paid $3 and promised to pay the balance after two days.
“I asked them to leave their cellphones as collateral and assured them that they will find the cellphones under their pillows in their respective bedrooms after paying the balance. Unfortunately, the cellphones were stolen since a number of people visit my shrine,” he said.
However, at first the accused person was in denial and allegedly rebelled, bragging about his supernatural powers in court and threatening to unleash lightning on the prosecutor, before taking full responsibility of the accusations.