LILONGWE (MaraviPost)—Controversial Malawi Prophet Austin Liyabunya who is popular in Malawi for making National Prophecies have now gone beyond the borders and this time has made two Prophecies concerning the neighboring Zambia as well as Zimbabwe regarding the two country’s future on their leadership front.
The man of God exclusively disclosed this to MaraviPost in Malawi’s administrative capital Lilongwe on Sunday Afternoon. For Zambia, the man of God says that she will have a Youthful President soon.
But for Zimbabwe, the fearless man of God says the Veteran African Leader, Robert Mugabe, who has ruled this impoverished southern African country for decades, will go to rest and the one he is fighting with within his Party will take over as President.
“Mugabe should prepare to rest and the one he is fighting within his government will take over” said Liyabunya.
Asked as to how soon this will happen, the man of God said, “It’s a matter of months from now.”
Further pressed to be specific on what he meant by saying ‘Mugabe should prepare to rest,’ the Prophet said he meant the obvious—he will die.
Liyabunya disclosed that he is not making this prophecy for the first time claiming he had already told gatherings when he was ministering in Swaziland and Zambia this year.
“When I visited Zambia last March for our PROPHETIC SUMMIT program in Lusaka, I told Zambians that something will happen and that they will have a Youthful President very soon. Even when I visited Swaziland I also said that 2015 will be the year of political change in Zimbabwe”, said Prophet Liabunya.
The Malawi Prophet accurately prophesized the momentous victory of the now ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) President Peter Mutharika, who came from opposition to take over from the then incumbent President Joyce Banda in a hotly contested first ever tripartite election which took Place on 20th May, 2014. The Prophet recently made a disturbing Prophecy, tipping the opposition Malawi Congress Party (MCP) that its first victory after it was booted out of power in 1994 will either be soon or in 2019, making the incumbent President Peter Mutharika of the DPP, a one term President.