Passion Java, a self proclaimed 'prophet' from Zimbabwe is offering up to R2million in a Bible quiz challenge. He believes that this will get youngsters off the streets. And away from crime and drugs.
To give youngsters time to study the bible and brush up on their biblical knowledge, the quiz is set to take place in three weeks time in Johannesburg.
According to Java's spokesperson, Boss Lashaan the prophet was left heartbroken after visiting SA on numerous occasions. The young people on the streets who were resorting to living an 'unchristian way' of life has left the prophet troubled.
33 year old Java called local musicians such as AKA, Cassper Nyovest, Master KG, and DJ Maphorisa to join the challenge. Lashaan says that Master KG has accepted to be a part of the challenge but they have not heard from the other musicians as yet. However they are hopeful that the celebrities will reply soon.
Java will soon fly to South Africa and he is going to host the bible quiz challenge at an undisclosed venue. The challenge will see celebrities going against ordinary people. It will be held virtually on the 'prophet's''prophets' Instagram page. A total of 10 questions will be asked. For each correct answer R50000 will be given to the person. The quiz will run until the R2million is won.
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