South African prophet Radebe of Revelation Church donates Malawi flood victims

People living at Chikuse camp for Internal Displaced People in Chikwawa were all smiles on Wednesday when a South African Prophet, Samuel Radebe of the Revelation Church of God donated various items to the camp.

South African Prophet, Samuel Radebe of the Revelation Church of God donated various items .
Prophet Radebe: The church should also bring solutions to issues affecting the community.

Presenting the donation, Prophet Radebe said he believed in the spirit of Africanism and humanity hence making the donation of K20 million worth of items which has been solicited from Christians of the church in South Africa to go towards helping the affected families.

“I came here because of the spirit of Africanism. An injury to one African, is an injury to all Africans.

“Apart from that, it is the spirit of humanity that has made me to be here. It does not matter the race but whatever problems that one has, you would want to help,” said Radebe.

He said that the church has a critical role to play in community like providing solutions to the common problems the community is facing.

“The church must be visible. The church cannot just be a place of a few individuals locked up in a room praying but rather also bring solutions to issues affecting the community.

“We have brought food stuffs, blankets, clothes and kitchen utensils that will be shared among the people living at this camp,” he added.

District Commissioner for Chikwawa, Lusizi Nhlane expressed gratitude to the Revelation Church of God, saying the donation would go a long way in simplifying the lives as well as promoting nutrition of the people.

“Since the president declared a state of disaster, we have received overwhelming support from Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs), companies and the donor community.

Nhlane said they have plans to help those IDPs who will be relocating with tents on top of the farm inputs  they have been given to start planting again once they get home.

“We want those households to be food secure come November this year and we will further reach out to those people who are not in camps but their crops were destroyed due to the floods,” he added.

Chikuse camp, which is at Nchalo Trading Centre, is housing a total of 6,227 Internally Displaced People.

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Nomsa Sibanyoni
Nomsa Sibanyoni
3 years ago

A Genuine African prophet. uMfihlakalo akugcine baba. Into oyenzile inkulu kakhaulu…

Zulu

Zanem
Zanem
3 years ago

Thank you Malawi media it shows u still pure not like South Africa media that is captured and thank u Bhungane u r truly send by UMfihlakalo

Mmalawi
3 years ago

Thanks MoG

Thobeka Jojozi
Thobeka Jojozi
3 years ago

May God continue to bless and use you African prophet, your love knows no race or boundaries

Thobeka Jojozi
Thobeka Jojozi
3 years ago

True African love, He practice what he preaches.. He is all about African restoration and reviving the bonds once shared in Africa.

I salute you Dr Radebe, mthimkhulu Bungane, ndlebentlezombini

Paperback
3 years ago

Read ‘Congo. The Epic History of a People’ by David van Reybrouck. I would want to be a prophet when I grow up. Pray for me.

Mvikeli
Mvikeli
3 years ago
Reply to  Paperback

A prophet is born in Africa for Africans. Dr Prophet Radebe is Godly sent to Africans. True leader indeed.

Thobeka Jojozi
Thobeka Jojozi
3 years ago
Reply to  Mvikeli

That’s true

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