Bus prophet says Zuma must con­fess to avoid a bit­ter end

CityPress - - News - PADDY HARPER paddy.harper@city­press.co.za

Pres­i­dent Ja­cob Zuma may have agreed to pay back the money but he – and we – are not out of the woods.

So says the Rev­erend Sipho Khuzwayo of the Seven Buses a Day King­dom of Heaven Cru­sade. He made head­lines last year af­ter hav­ing a vi­sion in which God told him to tell the head of state to pay back the cost of the upgrade to his Nxa­m­alala home.

He says he is happy that Zuma will be “do­ing the right thing”.

How­ever, Khuzwayo, who preaches on buses in Dur­ban’s Um­lazi, KwaMashu and Inanda ar­eas, says that Zuma still needs to “stand be­fore a court and con­fess his dark se­crets” if he wants to avoid the “bit­ter end” God told him about in his vi­sion last July.

“It is a very good thing that the pres­i­dent has agreed to pay back the money in line with my proph­esy. The se­cond part of the vi­sion, which I did not go into at the time, is more dif­fi­cult to ex­plain. God be­lieves that the pres­i­dent needs to go to court and ex­pose the deep dark se­crets he has from the time be­fore he be­came pres­i­dent,” Khuzwayo told City Press on Fri­day.

“The pres­i­dent is the one who can sort out this prob­lem. He needs to go be­fore a court of law and say ‘I did this, this and this be­fore I got into the pres­i­dency, be­fore I be­came pres­i­dent’. He has to do this in court as there are some things you can­not just ex­plain

to peo­ple.”

Khuzwayo, who had his first vi­sion about Zuma in the 1990s, when the pres­i­dent was Eco­nomic Affairs MEC in KwaZulu-Na­tal, said that if Zuma did not “come clean” he would be re­moved from of­fice by “the same peo­ple who put him there.

“When I speak about the pres­i­dent hav­ing a bit­ter end, I mean that his term will end very badly and things will be very dif­fi­cult when he leaves of­fice. He needs to come clean to avoid this hap­pen­ing. If not, the same peo­ple who put him in will take him out. That is what I have seen.

“God is tired of all this now. The pres­i­dent needs to speak out.”

Sipho Khuzwayo

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