MTN SHOULD NOW CONNECT PEOPLE WITH GOD PASTOR
Pastor Philani Simelane says MTN has done a commendable job connecting people in the country but now it’s time the company connects people with God.
Simelane was preaching during the vigil of the late MTN Mobile Money Senior Manager Thokozani Dlamini which was held at his parental home in Sigombeni yesterday.
While some mourners wondered if the mobile company was expected to share heaven’s, cell number as some were heard whispering the question, the pastor seemed to have read their minds as he quickly clarified what he meant.
Simelane said the company would do so by sponsoring programmes aimed at promoting the gospel of Christ.
He condemned companies which use songs which seem to promote anti-Christ tendencies such as the institution promoting the song titled ‘Jezebel’. He said he could not make sense of this song. Men dominate hell Pastor Dumisani Dlamini left the throngs of relatives and friends of Thokozani in stitches of laughter when he said men dominated hell as their screams were heard by a geological group who drilled a hole about 14.4 kilometres deep in the crust of the earth.
He said the team immersed a microphone and heard voices believed to be screams from the condemned souls from earth’s deepest hole.
He encouraged the mourners to search for the “sounds from hell” on the net as he believed that the accounts stated there are true.
“Go and research ‘sounds from hell’ it will enlighten you. Down there are screams of girls, women and men who are seeking help but there is no more help.
But now Jesus is asking you what benefit will it be if one earned the world but lose his eternal life,” he said.
Thokozani had a good personality, friends and relatives said. The hundreds of mourners who braved the night to pay their last respects to their beloved one described Dlamini as a humble person and motivated others with his good character. The funeral was attended by among others community leaders and members, staff from MTN, Imperial fleet services PSI Swaziland and some of his friends from university. Family and relatives said he was everything to them as he was described as a father, son, and brother.
They said this was a great loss for them as he was of great help in the family and as such he left a huge gap.
One of his friends said he was a father figure to him and said he would always be remembered by his friends for his good deeds.
The families stated that they were shocked and saddened by the demise of their beloved son who was everything to the family that was still expecting great things from him.
His funeral was held according to the custom of Emalangeni as a few minutes after 3am men left the huge marquee that was filled through the night to the burial site.
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