‘Apostle’ Chiwenga’s GranMother In Law Dies Of COVID-19, Fireworks As Family Plans To Expose Him For Allegedly “Killing Own Wife In Chatsworth Accident”.
11 January 2021
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By A Correspondent | The Harare preacher, Talent Chiwenga’s GranMother in law, popularly known as Gogo Yafele, has died of COVID-19.

Gogo Yafele passed away late last night.

Chiwenga’s in laws spoke to ZimEye in the late hours of Sunday evening explaining that many family members are planning to speak out concerning how they say their daughter, Rejoice (Chiwenga’s late wife and mother of two), was killed in the Chatsworth, Masvingo road, accident in June 2019.

Three years before that accident, Chiwenga had approached the family seeking to secretly marry his wife’s own niece, the young Tariro Mafuka, based in Norton. He later smuggled his secret lover to a house in South Africa, and she would later sneak back into the country just after the accident, what the family says was celebratory.

Tariro Mafuka

(When challenged over this affair by Chiwenga’s own peer Howard Nyoni last year, Chiwenga avoided responding to the report, chosing to rather invite the UK based Nyoni to Zimbabwe, saying he would pay for his airfare plus a hotel stay so ‘we can face each other.” Chiwenga would later serve court summons on Howard Nyoni in which he made false claims that Nyoni was once a church member of his cult, Jesus Revelation Ministries.) A year later, there is no court case, or any other communication from his lawyers.

part of the summons Chiwenga served on Howard Nyoni

part of the fake summons Chiwenga served on Howard Nyoni

Of that accident Chiwenga alleges there was an attempted assassination against his life by CIOs, while yet on video on the spot in hospital, revealing that he was speeding at twice the speed limit in that narrow, bendy, potholed and abnormal-gonyet-fested Masvingo road patch; also saying he was overspeeding for no other reason other than to rush to Harare to purchase a fanbelt for the car.

Chiwenga is also accused of trying to bribe his wife’s relatives in exchange for silence over the alleged killing of his wife.

Efforts to get a comment from Chiwenga were difficult last night as his phones and that of his pastors reported switched off.

The investigation over the allegations has several exclusive interviews.