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Businessman Max Mqadi Was Saved By His Phone From Death.

Max Mqadi said he did not even fall asleep at night thinking, wondering and answering what he had done to anyone. As it turned out, Mqadi said he should not be alive but thanked God and his ancestors.

"I am a black person who believes in culture, we come from different homes with different teachings. I was born naked and close to my mother. I dream of everything in my life, and my birth mother, MaNgcobo, is always there in my dreams. For two weeks I dreamed of her at home.

He then recounted his visit to the dead and said that it would be accompanied by a sign of something wrong at one time or another. He said his day last Thursday when he was shot, started off well and was ruined when ten cars arrived in a row, he wondered and answered but had no answers.

"There was a man across the street, and on my way home I saw him cross and pull out a shotgun and shoot at me. When he shot me, he turned left and fired two shots," said Mqadi. He described the shooting in different directions.

Explaining the cell phone and the letter, he acknowledged that the images discussed on social media were true.

"At the time I was carrying a phone I was thinking of calling my daughter. It so happened that I was lucky enough to have a phone and it was God who planned for me to help me," said Mqadi.

With regard to escaping to the hospital, Mqadi also elaborated on the plan.

"There was blood all over the seats, the windows were all gone, because I am a strong person and I believe in God and my people, I thought these people were following me. I thought about Mshiyeni, I thought many times about safety. "Mqadi said.

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