By: Wasema Jr
All roads led to Rock of Christ International and Ambassadors for Christ International churches respectively, where Prophet Wakisa Chizaso invaded the former Northern Rhodesian country; giving the devil one tough ride in the process.
Characterized by word preaching, heavy praise and worship and prophecies among others, the functions happened on the Saturday and Sunday of October 4-5th.
The pomp and fanfare did not end there. It also terrorized Lucifer’s activities in Lusaka and surrounding areas, where people had their yoke of various bondages being broken; the sick being healed and delivered in the name of Jesus.
On-point prophecies that iced the event steered patrons of this historical prophetic invasion to believe that indeed God is still on His throne; manifesting His might through prophets of this generation, Hon 1 Major being one of them.
In an interview after the event, Director of Media and Communication for the Honourable 1 Major, Review Wasema, described the tour as successful, fruitful and worth it.
“It has been a success, oh yes! What made it all that worth it is the fact that many souls have been won back to Christ, and that is one paramount assignment the prophet had in the foreign land,” he explained.
“Let me also take this opportunity,” added Wasema, “to thank the leadership of Rock for Christ International church under the leadership of prophet Donald Sichalwe, and too, the Ambassadors for Christ International church of Trust Sikafunda for the respective warm receptions and hospitality,”
Chizaso touching souls
On the other hand, Wasema disclosed that plans are in the pipeline for prophet Chizaso to conduct related programs globally so that more lost souls are brought back to God’s kingdom.
“We are planing a global outreach, and soon we will announce schedule as to when that will be,” emphasized Wasema.
Meanwhile, prophet Wakisa Chizaso, a charismatic leader of the Revival International Christian House (RICH) has since announced resumption of Sunday services at his church in South Africa.
According to the media release copied to our news desk, the resumption of the normal services is in line with government’s lifting of ban in public gatherings in South Africa.
“However,” reads the presser in part. “All public health guidelines will still be followed during our Sunday services.