Andile Ncube slams fake prophets: 'The cross is a symbol of greed'

Andile Ncube slams fake prophets: 'The cross is a symbol of greed'

Sports presenter Andile Ncube is known for speaking up when others prefer to remain quiet. He recently he shared his views on fake prophets on social media, comparing them to 'thugs masquerading as prophets'.

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Many South Africans are taken in by pastors and prophets who make ridiculous promises and perform 'miracles' while also expecting their congregants to cough up all their money and drink or eat strange, unhealthy concoctions.

Andile Ncube clearly is not one of those people. He recently slammed these prophets and called them thugs that are pretending to be men of God.

Presenter Thabiso Sithole shared a video of Bishop Dudu J. Comfort, who told his church that they would die very quickly if they did not obey his order to give all their money to God, according to a report by TimesLIVE.

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Andile is not impressed with these charismatic pastors and said as much:

In 2019 the bible is used as a weapon worse than a gun by thugs masquerading as prophets and pastors.
2019 the cross is diamond studded and a symbol of greed and opportunity for crooks to clean out the desperate and vulnerable.

Briefly.co.za gathered that Mpho Letsholonyane has the same views on pastors who blindside poor and desperate people.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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