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“Fake Prophet” Passion Java must be arrested- OPPOSITION

By Staff Writer

OPPOSITION activists have demanded justice after a vehicle belonging to Zanu PF sympathiser and self-styled prophet Passion Java was involved in a fatal road crash Tuesday.

Reports indicated that the accident occurred along Harare’s Seke road as the top of the range motorcade raced to pick up Java from Robert Gabriel Mugabe International airport.

Others claimed the vehicles had already picked him up and that Java was in the vehicle that hit the yet-to-be-named woman who died on the spot.

This is a Fake Prophet, AKA Passion Java, a Mnangagwa hype man whose vehicle entourage has killed a woman in the streets of Harare. This is what happens in a Banana Republic pic.twitter.com/JhYagrQcJI

— African (@ali_naka) July 5, 2022

ZRP national spokesperson Assistant commissioner Paul Nyathi confirmed confirmed the tragedy.

“The only information we have is that a BMW X6 which was being driven by Courage Gwezhira along Seke road hit and killed a pedestrian who was crossing the road.

“We are also receiving those reports of people saying it is Passion Java’s car, some are saying the cars were speeding,” he said.

“We are still conducting investigations but what I can confirm is that a BMW hit a woman and she died on the spot.”

Zimbabweans took to social media to demand justice for the crash victim.

ZanuPf prophet Passion Java hit & killed a woman with his motorcade in Caledon,Harare.
He switched cars & fled the accident scene thus committing many offenses in the process.
He clearly depends on ZanuPf to rescue him from reckless driving,killing & fleeing the accident scene. pic.twitter.com/nErV0A5YKt

— Makomborero Haruzivishe (@MakomboreroH) July 5, 2022

Passion Java is a law unto himself bcoz as we all know, he uses his connection to the President to do as he likes.

Today his cars killed a pregnant woman in Chitungwiza.

We have raised concerns with @PoliceZimbabwe on this page about Java’s abuse of laws, but nothing was done!

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