A Zimbabwean guy staying in Hillbrow robbed someome from Swaziland, pretending to be a prophet. The guy met his victim online, then R60 000 was paid as a consultation fee and nothing happened thereafter. The victim got a guy who approached the ' fake prophet ', asking for help. The guy called the prophet explained to him that he lost a car after being hijacked in Joburg and need help.
The prophet said ' your car is hijacked by guys who stay in Jules street and come see me quickly before they sell it.' The man told the prophet that he will see him after two days as he has to get R1 000 consultation fee, ge then went to the fake prophet with three others armed. They found him in his address, and the guys asked the prophet about the car.
The prophet said ' your car is about to be sold , why did you take two days to come and see me ', asked the fake prophet. The guys then explained what is the real reason that brought them to his flat. The prophet was told that 'wena u zo fa, and u zofa manje. We want the R60 000 you took from someone in Swaziland.' They then assaulted the guy, according to a source the prophet was later killed.
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