Female 'prophet' draws thousands

THOUSANDS of people thronged the White City Stadium on Friday, November 11 for an all-night prayer hosted by popular Bulawayo Apostolic Faith Mission prophet Lillian Bwanya known as Mai Bwanya under the banner “Operation zvako ngazvidzoke”, meaning your possessions must be restored.

Although the all-night prayer was almost disturbed by the rains, it was successful as people braved the weather.

Many gave their lives to Christ, spiritual chains were broken and instant healings took place at the all-night prayer which started at 8pm up to 6am the next morning.

The all-night prayer was the first of its kind in Bulawayo as it was hosted by a female prophet and was attended by at least 10 000 people.

In an interview with the Weekend Post, the female prophet said she was thrilled because she successfully hosted the all-night prayer and this was a prophecy coming true.

“I’m very happy because I believe when you are in ministry you shouldn’t be in a cocoon, you should extend your horizons and make an impact to many people.

“What makes me excited is the fact that this is a prophetic word I knew for a while which is coming true. God told me my ministry would extend to stadium platforms,” she said.

Mai Bwanya said the purpose of the all-night prayer was to preach the Word of God, heal the sick through Christ and prophecy and it was all fulfilled.

“Our theme, “Operation zvako ngazvidzoke”, mean your possessions must be restored. Like what John 10 v 10 says, the enemy came to steal kill and destroy, but we were declaring that what he stole must be restored.
“The devil might have stolen somebody’s health but we were declaring by the healing power of Jesus Christ that the health be restored that is why people were being healed.

“People were saved, released from demons, healed and spiritual chains of limitation were broken,” she said.
Bwanya has gained popularity through her mighty works in prophecy, healing and deliverance. —Letwin Nyambayo

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