Ethlet Miscot dies: Founder of What’s-Up Gesu

Ethlet Frazer Miscot – prominent in the circles of Malawians in the diaspora – who  founded What’s-Up Gesu, a world-wide women’s ministry designed to embrace, educate and empower women has died  of ‘suspected stroke’ in United Kingdom.

Ethlet Frazer Miscot

Born Ethlet Miscot in 1972 at Likuni Hospital in Lilongwe, mother of three  came from Chibowa Village, Traditional Authority (T/A) Kalumba in Lilongwe.

But the 48-year-old Ethlet has been an inspiration to many, some  are taking to Facebook with their tributes.

She founded the What’s-Up Gesu ministry based on her own personal experiences and life challenges when she got divorced after 12 years of marriage in 2012 when she  was co-pastor of a well known international charismatic church which closed its doors on her.

Among other activities, her ministry was holding monthly prayer sessions, evangelism, prayer and fasting programmes (three times a year), daily Bible studies, midnight prayers, coaching, counselling, social and economic empowerment as well as annual conferences.

Gesu received an award by Women Achieving Great Success (Wags) in the United Kingdom, in recognition for excellence and women empowerment.

She graduated as an economist from Chancellor College of the Universtiy if Malawi and proceeded to study for a master’s degree in international development at the University of East Anglia in the UK. She was working for the National Health Service (NHS) of United Kingdom.

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TMN
TMN
9 months ago

May you sleep well Sis Ette.

Chisale
Chisale
9 months ago

Malawians, we tend to say good things when someone dies. This woman despite being a ‘pastor’ she had no morals. She started sleeping with Sazuze barely after he buried his wife. One will say Sazuze is an idiot so was this fake pastor. Wages of sin is death.

Ireen kagwa
Ireen kagwa
9 months ago
Reply to  Chisale

We are too busy condemning our our late sister. One thing you need to know is that nobody knows the relationship she had with God. And God is the only judge. Let you and me tatsalafe tikonze moyo wathu. REST IN GODS GLORY SIS ETTE

msundwe
msundwe
9 months ago
Reply to  Ireen kagwa

No-one is judging her. We are just saying kuti anapanga zochititsa manyazi, zosapasa ulemu. Mkazi wa Sazuze sanathe mwezi umodzi mmanda iyeyu wayamba kale khanyu khanyu , ma.pic pa social media aponya aponyanso. Anthu kumudzudzula akuti kaya ndani wa ku whatsapp group kumaopseza anthu kuti awatengera ku court. Anthu amatola namalira koma.amazisungira ulemu.
Kodi a chindere a Sazuze akatolanso hule wina next week muziti bwanji ? Paja naye imangoyenda mmanja?

Bahat Nyirendah
Bahat Nyirendah
9 months ago
Reply to  Ireen kagwa

the biblesays you will know them by their fruits not the relationship one has with God thats humanism gospel from hell a big lie from the devil himslef

Citizen
9 months ago
Reply to  Chisale

Life is not easy. You had no chance of walking in ‘their’ shoes. Do not judge and you will not be judged. May her beautiful soul rest in peace.

bararabarara
bararabarara
9 months ago

Born Ethlet Phazi, but she was officially married to Bright Chikaonda. She obviously enjoyed life! Reports suggest that she has been recently dating top Malawian DJ Ken Sazuze. Ndani safuna sex?

msundwe
msundwe
9 months ago
Reply to  bararabarara

Top Malawian Dj.mukunena Sazuze? Dj wamba uyu kuno samadziwikanso. Za u Dj tadziwa pompano atayamba kikwatana ndi maiwa. Muwerenge ma report a time mkazi wake anamwalira simuonapo za u DJ zikunenedwa. Panangolembedwa kuti ndi student nurse. Komamso Sazuze ma wire ena mmutumu anaduka muzimuonetsetsa

China
China
9 months ago

Chonde azimayi titengepo phunzilo mzimu wa munthu otisiya siosewela nawo Mr Sazuze started dating this woman barely a month after his wife passed on and yet Elsie was also her friend. RiP

ERUTU
ERUTU
9 months ago

MHSRIEP 🙏🏾

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