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Wheels fit for a prophet ... Prophet Passion Java bought two Range Rover Vogues and a Jaguar XJ

01/10/2014 00:00:00
by Showbiz reporter

IT seems Zimbabwean clergymen have adopted the lifestyle of the rich and famous despite the country’s liquidity crunch.

Although none of them is yet to own a private jet like the David Odiepes (Winners Chapel founder) of this world, most of the local posse are known for their love of expensive cars.

Last week UFI founder Prophet Emmanuel Makandiwa was spotted in the streets of Harare rolling in a US$300 000 Mercedes Benz.

On Tuesday afternoon yet another prophet, Passion Java, of Java Ministries, caused a stir when he bought three cars worth US$500 000 at Premier Auto in the capital.

Prophet Passion made a purchase of two Range Rover Vogues and a Jaguar XJ with a combined value in excess of half a billion dollars.

The cars were bought for his senior pastors who also accompanied him on the shopping spree.

Living the life ... Prophetess Yasmin Java and her husband Prophet Passion Java

Employees at Premier Auto confirmed the mega buy but requested anonymity.

“The prophet paid for three cars made up of two Range Rover Vogues and a Jaguar XJ.

“He was negotiating for a discount since he was making a big purchase,” said an employee who spoke on condition of anonymity.

Prophet Passion refused to comment as he walked to his sky blue Chrystler.

Onlookers were baffled as a group of people tried to block him from getting aboard his car requesting for “blessings”.

Meanwhile, Prophet Passion’s ministry has invited American televangelist Noel Jones for their annual Manna Feast conference to be held at the Harare City Sports Centre.

Several top government officials have confirmed their attendance at this big Christian fete.


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