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The famous prophet is saving people lives, See people testimonies

After his breakthrough in July, Shona Ferguson unfortunately passed away due to COVID-19 related complications. Lihle Rhadebe, famously known as the "famous prophet", never looks back, and has gained a massive following for his spiritual content and revelations on the matters going on in South Africa and the world at large.

Many people initially doubted him but later realised that he was indeed helping them spiritually and started following him on his Twitter account. Currently, the famous prophet has over 126,000 followers on Twitter. People have confessed that he has really helped them with many spiritual activities that they were not aware of.

The famous prophet continues to share daily updates on his Twitter account regarding spiritual matters, visions, and revelations on what could probably occur in the country. The prophet is well known for prophesying well-known people's deaths and exposing people's evil doings and rituals that they secretly perform.

The famous prophet said on his Twitter account yesterday that he is receiving thankful messages that he is literally changing people's lives. People have also confessed in this post that their lives have literally changed since they started knowing him.

The previous week, RA also confessed that his DMS was full of people seeking help and had to divert to emails so that he could accommodate everyone. Some of the famous prophet's followers also confess that if he is not online, they really miss him and his tweets. Somebody said that they thanked him for his bravery and doing right by them. Some referred to him as a blessing from God, and said he had been sent to assist people with their problems. The other follower revealed that that's how a calling works; it is a blessing.

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