Prophet says Atupele to rule Malawi after May 20

Come rain come sunshine Malawian prophet, Apostle Francis Ananda Chipukunya, has declared that United Democratic Front (UDF) presidential candidate Atupele Muluzi  for the May 20 elections will rule Malawi.

He spoke to Nyasa Times “to reveal the word that has been delivered to  me through the Spirit.”

Apostle Chipukunya claimed God told him last year that the youthful leader would rule Malawi as long as he chooses the rightful running-mate.

Atupele: Tipped to win
Atupele: Tipped to win

The 35-year-old, who just triumphed in the primary polls in his Machinga North East Constituency two days ago, is expected to unveil his running mate this Saturday, February 1, according to senior party official.

According to UDF Spokesperson, Ken Ndanga, the announcement will be made in Lilongwe during a rally.

If he indeed unveils his running-mate on Saturday, Atupele will become the first contestant to announce his running-mate.

“The political leader of Malawi after May 20, 2014 tripartite elections will be determined this coming Saturday as per the running-mate the Right Honorable Atupele Muluzi will choose,” he claimed.

He claimed the lord told him last year that a youthful leader will rule Malawi this year and challenged Malawians to check with him next Monday to confirm his prophesy.

“I would like to ask you to check with me this coming Monday to confirm the prophecy to you. But come rain come sunshine, the lord is telling me more about Atupele Muluzi,” he said.

The prophet wondered why Malawians were wasting their time and money rushing outside Malawi to get prophecy from foreign prophets “yet we are here to help and be praying for them.”

“Those who need me to pray for them to see their future let them contact me soon. They can write me or phone me any time free of charge,” he challenged.

He stressed: “Atupele will win. It is a message that has come from God which I am now relaying to the people.”

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