Bus prophet says Zuma must confess to avoid a bitter end

Sipho Khuzwayo
Sipho Khuzwayo

President Jacob Zuma may have agreed to pay back the money but he –­ and we – are not out of the woods.

So says the Reverend Sipho Khuzwayo of the Seven Buses a Day Kingdom of Heaven Crusade. He made headlines last year after having a vision in which God told him to tell the head of state to pay back the cost of the upgrade to his Nxamalala home.

He says he is happy that Zuma will be “doing the right thing”.

However, Khuzwayo, who preaches on buses in Durban’s Umlazi, KwaMashu and Inanda areas, says that Zuma still needs to “stand before a court and confess his dark secrets” if he wants to avoid the “bitter end” God told him about in his vision last July.

“It is a very good thing that the president has agreed to pay back the money in line with my prophesy. The second part of the vision, which I did not go into at the time, is more difficult to explain. God believes that the president needs to go to court and expose the deep dark secrets he has from the time before he became president,” Khuzwayo told City Press on Friday.

“The president is the one who can sort out this problem. He needs to go before a court of law and say ‘I did this, this and this before I got into the presidency, before I became president’. He has to do this
in court as there are some things you cannot just explain to people.”

Khuzwayo, who had his first vision about Zuma in the 1990s, when the president was Economic Affairs MEC in KwaZulu-Natal, said that if Zuma did not “come clean” he would be removed from office by “the same people who put him there.

“When I speak about the president having a bitter end, I mean that his term will end very badly and things will be very difficult when he leaves office. He needs to come clean to avoid this happening. If not, the same people who put him in will take him out. That is what I have seen.

“God is tired of all this now. The president needs to speak out.”

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