Prophet Banda accused of running sex-driven religious cult in South Africa  

A woman has made scathing revelations against a South Africa-based but Zambian Prophet Phillip Banda, the leader of Impact for Christ Ministries which has a number of Malawian members.

Jay Israel and Solomon Izang Ashoms drew conclusion on the Banda that he is a pimp, charlatan and he should be arrested. They concluded that just after they got the news from sister Sihle. Sihle mentioned that Philip Banda almost sleep with all the girls in his church and tarnish their future.
Prophet Phillip Banda: Allegations against him

The lady, a South African, spoke on a televised interview hosted by journalist Solomon Ashoms and Pastor Jay Israel.

The two have been on  a campaign of fighting prophets in South Africa who they accuse of fraud, manipulation and sexism.

In the interview monitored by Nyasa Times, the lady said Prophet Banda—who has a church in Johannesburg but was trained by Prophet T.B Joshua—runs a parallel mission house where young girls are kept allegedly to be prepared for ministry.

According to her, she was taken to the Mission House at the age of 16, went through an HIV/Aids test and was promised that she will get married at 27.

“I came to church and the Prophet told me that I had a special calling for ministry, as such, I need to stay at the mission house for spiritual grooming,” she said.

She added that the Prophet further told her that she had to stay in the Mission House to stay away from demonic influences outside because she was a special child.

“When I got inside, I found several other girls. My phone was confiscated; to communicate with family, you had to write a letter that went through the Prophet,” she said.

She narrated that while she was serving in the choir; she experienced and witnessed heinous things that had nothing to with God.

“I had sex with several guys in church and I was surprised that I never got reprimanded for it. In fact, you will find out, each day, that the guys you have sex with are the ones they get promoted to senior pastoral duties,” she said.

She further said that she knows several guys who went through several abortions and, to her, things got normalized because it just became part of life.

Nyasa Times  sent a questionnaire to Prophet Banda and by the time of publication, they had not yet responded.

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sisi
sisi
21 days ago

I’m noticing a trend where so many people are being discredited more specifically this period. Strange how people only open up about it now after so many years. If all this gossip or “facts” about the Prophet came out earlier, why continue coming back? And from every church moved to, not only the particular church mentioned. All the churches and Pastors “exposed” are just bad? Is there any good church out there or are they all evil? It’s unfortunate that people have so much negatives to say only after they’ve left .Whether it’s a relationship, a friendship, a job, even… Read more »

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Vuvu
Vuvu
22 days ago

I think if something had to happen to you that is so bad, no matter the situation u r in u can’t go back, why did she then go back after losing her husband. The church kicks out people who are close to her but her mother is in the church never got kicked out 🤔.I rest my case but I have been in this church myself for over 10yrs and I love being there may God help us.

Chisale
Chisale
23 days ago

Can we just not waste time with anyone with title Prophet in front of his name. Thank you.

Mangochi Kabwafu
Mangochi Kabwafu
23 days ago

To hell with your fake African fake prophets.

Lucy Mkanda
Lucy Mkanda
17 days ago

Kabwafu, who to you I should a true prophet?

Bentby from Chigunda Dwangwa

don’t trust those women. they are paid by some ANC function just to bring anarchy and confusion.

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