Deborah Fraser jets in for Judgement Night

HARARE - Top South African gospel artiste Deborah Fraser (pictured) last night jetted into the country for  tonight’s United Family International Church’s (UFIC) much-hyped Judgement Night 2.

Fraser, who flew in with her full band at the invitation of UFIC leader Prophet Emmanuel Makandiwa, said she is honoured to be in Zimbabwe for this year’s Judgement Night 2.

“It’s a great honour for me to be here in Zimbabwe for such a great event and an even greater privilege to have been invited by Prophet Emmanuel Makandiwa, who is not only a great man of God but an anointed preacher as well,” Fraser said. “I am used to watching him on television and now I will have the honour to watch him live.

“I came with my full band and we will be performing tomorrow (tonight). I assure you that there is going to be powerful worship. Judgment Night 2 came at the right moment, a time we will be celebrating the death of our Lord Jesus Christ, so there is going to be a strong presence of the Lord and we are going to be witnesses of the glory of God.”

A capacity crowd is expected at the National Sports Stadium for the prayer session, with organisers saying those living in bondage will be set free.

UFIC spokesperson and senior pastor Prime Kufa told the Daily News that miracles will be witnessed at the event.

Fraser said: “God is going to reveal Himself in a mighty way and families are going to be restored.”

The award-winning gospel singer, best known for hit songs such as Ndikhokhele, Abaye Abombona, Uma Kungenxa and Masimbonge among others, told the Daily News she will perform some of her well-known songs.

“I will perform some of my best songs tomorrow, and we are going to have a nice time worshiping God,” she said.

Judgement Night 2 is expected to attract more than 150 000 people, including foreigners.

More space will be created for the overwhelming numbers both inside the giant National Sports Stadium and at the B Arena where huge overflow tents were being erected.

Comments (8)

Zimbabwe is a chosen nation. When all looked deem and dark, beer halls, closed factories and schools were all made God's houses. Praise the Lord!

dungas - 19 April 2014

@ Dungas u have hammered the nail home. Zimbos are chosen to toil and be milked left, right and centre. And what they do is to rave and rant instead of using the five senses that god has given them. More pain will come as long as you do not use those brains

Gwenaz - 19 April 2014

I praise Makandiwa for religious mass deception. I am sorry that innocent people are being hoodwinked in believing that the con-man Makandiwa perform miracles and heals. If he heals, does he assist at Mpilo, Parirenyatwa, Ingutsheni, Ngomahuru and elsewhere. Of course he will come with fake cripples pretending to be lame - those are cynical tricks. Spiritually bankrupt people and the curious will throng the Judgement Night 2 - what happened to Judgement 1. The bottom is that the crooked Prophet Emmanuel (Manuwere) Makandiwa and his henchmen will fill their pockets. As for the bamboozled people, they will help the Prophet (Profiteer) Makandiwa enlarge his personal fortune.

Feso Kaguvi - 20 April 2014

Glory to The Almighty Flying Spaghetti Monster, the one and only True God, who someday I hope Touches you with His Noodly Appendage so that you may know His Loving Embrace. do you believe?

dubya - 20 April 2014

"I do not feel obliged to believe that the same 'god' who has endowed us with senses, reason, and intellect has intended us to forgo their use." -Galileo Mak is a fraud,a BUSINESMAN. He & his ilk are in the $business of religion.

socrates - 21 April 2014

believe in His prophets and you shall prosper. thank you God for giving us this true prophet, prophet Emmanuel Makandiwa

wind - 22 April 2014

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