Zimbabwean Fake Prophet Testifies How He Used Bible Verses To Con Congregates

Self- confessed false Prophet, Jay Israel on Monday gave a flammable testimony before the Commission for the Promotion and Protection of the Rights of Cultural, Religious and Linguistic Communities (CRL Rights Commission) in South Africa. 

Jay Israel confessed before the commission of living a lavish lifestyle by manipulating the minds of unsuspecting Christians.

Jay Israel a Zimbabwean born con-artist was exposed early this year as a fraud by his former Public Relations Advisor Thabisa Ralawe who filed criminal charges against Israel at the Kings Williams Town Police.

According to Ralawe’s statement published by Sunday World, Prophet Jay Israel, as he was known to his flock, lied about his identity, as he had given himself a new name upon arriving in South Africa four years ago. His Passport showed that his real name was Jacob Dube, not Jay Israel as he was claiming to be.
Zimbabwean Fake Prophet Testifies How He Used Bible Verses To Con Congregates
Zimbabwean Fake Prophet Testifies How He Used Bible Verses To Con Congregates

Ralawe said she opened her eyes to Dube’s dubious activities leading to her decision to expose the Prophet’s shenanigans to his congregations as a fraud.

Before the CRL Rights Commission, Israel testified how he swindled people in Port Elizabeth of their money with the aid of relevant bible verses.

“I can find all the scriptures to support the fact that every month you must give me money without fail. And I will use the scriptures to make sure that if you don’t give me that money, you feel like you are going to hell,” Israel said.

Jay Israel went a step further and took a swipe at his erstwhile friends who own prophetic churches claiming they were all fake.
Zimbabwean Fake Prophet Testifies How He Used Bible Verses To Con Congregates
Zimbabwean Fake Prophet Testifies How He Used Bible Verses To Con Congregates

“Most of the prophecies that you see prophets giving on TV, they are staged managed,” he said.

This comes just days after self-proclaimed prophet Shepherd Bushiri and his wife, Mary, became fugitives from justice when they fled from South Africa to their home country Malawi.


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