Prophet Mbewe attends Rastafarians prayer event: Urges them to accept Covid-19 vaccine

The Freedom of Worship Association of Malawi (FOWAM) president Prophet David Mbewe has urged Rastafarians in Malawi to rally behind the government and the Ministry of Health as they roll out coronavirus (Covid-19) vaccine in few days time.

One love: Prophet Mbewe with the rastas
One love: Prophet Mbewe with the rastas
Prophet David Mbewe: Rastafarian in a religion

Mbewe made the call when he graced Big Sabbath prayers for the Rastafarians in Machinga.

The prophet was invited to the prayers in his capacity as FOWAM president.

Prophet Mbewe said he recognizes Rastafarianism as any religion; hence, they need to build love among them.

“Covid-19 vaccine is coming soon. So, as the church they should be ready to participate and we pray that the Malawi Government should know that there is power in religion,” said the prophet in an interview.

Mbewe also took advantage of the Big Sabbath to challenge Rastafarians to actively participate in activities and programmes aimed to promote and enhance national development.

“Let us work together with the government in developing this nation. It is our duty as churches to complement national efforts to develop our country,” he said.

The Rastafarians have since commended Mbewe for promoting and defending freedom of worship in Malawi.

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Dambolangalu
Dambolangalu
8 months ago

He is one of them

Hamlet
Hamlet
8 months ago

The prophets of the Bible, like Isaiah and Jeremiah, would never go to attend prayers of another religion.

Some of these so called prophets of today just want money. You never know, maybe by promoting the acceptance of the covid vaccine he will get some kwachas from the covid funds??

Wokondeledwa
Wokondeledwa
8 months ago

Church and Religion sichinthu chimodzi. Did Prophet Mbewe really referred to Rastarfarians as Church, kapena mwawapanga misquote? Humble Prophet, though.

Justice for all
Justice for all
8 months ago

He is fit in this group

Captain Devil
Captain Devil
8 months ago

You want vaccine but you cannot put on masks? Police ntchito iyo akwizingeni musamangopezerera oledzera m’makwalalamu.

Munthu Mulala
Munthu Mulala
8 months ago

You shall know them by their fruits. Little by little the veil on all self acclaimed ‘prophets’ is being removed. And by the way, a christian male is not supposed to keep wrong hair (1 Corinthians 11:14)

Mangochi Kabwafu
Mangochi Kabwafu
8 months ago
Reply to  Munthu Mulala

Which type is right?

PelomaPepe
PelomaPepe
8 months ago

Ironically, he doesn’t look far from a Rasta himself 😂😂🤣🤣

Biggy Biggy
Biggy Biggy
8 months ago

I like this man of God. He is down to earth, gentle and philanthropic. He is T. B Joshua caliber.

May God continue blessing him

Good riddance
8 months ago

Kodi uyu which is which? Wasn’t he the same guy who was speaking against the vaccine? What did I miss?

Ndafera Nkhande
Ndafera Nkhande
8 months ago

Two cannot move together unless they agree in principal.Mbewe fits very well in this grouping and his attire is superb as a bona fide rasta.Just quit your church and join this club my dear.

Mangochi Kabwafu
Mangochi Kabwafu
8 months ago

Working out which one would be more profitable.

Last edited 8 months ago by Mangochi Kabwafu
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