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Zimbabwean Prophet Wins $30,000 at Casino, Receives Ban

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Prophet Archbishop Emmanuel Mutumwa, leader of the Johanne Masowe eChishanu Apostolic Sect, has been banned from casinos in Zimbabwe after winning a staggering $30,000 at a local outlet.

The prophet attributes his win to a vision from God, which he claims provided him with the winning formula.

According to Prophet Mutumwa, his win was the largest ever recorded at the casino, breaking the previous record by almost double.

He celebrated his victory by using the winnings to pay school fees for some of his church members and provide start-up funds for their businesses.

However, his joy was short-lived, as he was subsequently banned from other casinos for “winning too much.”

Casino managers claim that Prophet Mutumwa’s consistent wins are a result of his alleged ability to receive visions from God, giving him an unfair advantage.

They fear that if he continues to win, it could lead to financial instability for the casinos.

The prophet, however, defends his winnings, stating that gambling, when done responsibly, can be a source of good fortune that can be channelled towards helping others.

Prophet Mutumwa reveals that many people seek his spiritual guidance on winning lottery games, at casinos, or when placing bets, and many have reported winning more frequently since seeking his guidance.

He believes that his win was a test of faith and a blessing from God to uplift his congregation.

A local casino manager confirmed that betting establishments typically restrict or close accounts of those who win consistently to protect their financial stability.


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