Police arrest prophetess over fake resurrection

Malawi Police in Dedza have arrested a self-proclaimed prophetess who claimed to have resurrected a teenage boy that died in a road accident in 2016.

The suspect, Aweje Tchaledi is in police custody while her son, known as prophet James Malewa, is still at-large.

The two suspects told a school teacher in Dedza that they had powers to raise the dead and to locate people who died in mysterious circumstances.

The teacher lost her 14-year-old son in the 2016 accident.

After being paid K50 000 , the suspects brought the teacher a 14-year-old boy, their relation, asserting that it was her son.

The boy was also claiming to be the teacher’s son and said he was being kept in a mansion.

News of the resurrected boy went viral, including on social media, prompting the police to institute an investigation.

After being questioned, the boy revealed that he was not the teacher’s son and had been instructed by Malewa and Tchaledi to pose as the woman’s child.

The boy reportedly apologised to the teacher for his involvement in the scam.

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Butani
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We are living in the cursed world kkkkk can’t find something to do better than prophecy please remember that God is not a human okay you will be punished accordingly.

Mangochi Kabwafu
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Mangochi Kabwafu

Only in Africa.

Marium Balaki Kuyer
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Marium Balaki Kuyer

Its not only in Africa, even in Asia, America where people are afraid of asking questions to spiritual leaders.

Lazarus Kappata Njikho
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Lazarus Kappata Njikho

Kkkkkk go on Malawi we need more prophets kkkk.. akubweradi

Matcheso Annie
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NJALA BWANA YABVUTATU !!

Nematodes
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Nice try. Next time you will be ‘Major One’ and prophetess 1.

Mangochi Kabwafu
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Mangochi Kabwafu

Kikikikiiiiiiii

Leaker
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Leaker

Prophetess indeed! What is wrong with Malawians? What happened to worshiping God?