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Taxi war will turn into civil war? Mzansi prophet sends chilling warning

On Saturday morning, Johannesburg residents woke up to to violent taxi war that has sent shivers to many. Taxi operators in Johannesburg CBD are reportedly fighting over routes and some taxis and shops have been torched as a result. Police say four taxis have been set alight and several others vandalised and damaged at Commissioner Street in Johannesburg Central Business District. It is alleged that the violence erupted due to an ongoing taxi conflict between taxi associations.

Mzansi prominent prophet, Rhadebelihle has responded to the taxi violence by warning people in JHB CBD who are burning the taxis that it wont end well. According to the prophet, the taxi war will escalate and it will affect the whole of South Africa and civil war will rise. He says the war will be hard to stop it. Rhadebelihle says the people who are behind the taxi war have been bought to push an evil agenda in the name of distraction. The prophet says South Africans need to be alert as the situation will only get worse.

Rhadebelihle further advised South Africans not to pay attention to the chaos that is currently happening. He says people should stop watching news or following trends that hurt their feelings and soul. The chaos are meant to disturbing people's conscious focus. He adds that there is a propaganda aimed at blinding citizens from realizing what's going on.

But methinks the chaos is happening because the ANC leadership is deterioting, especially in JHB CBD. The area is plagued with vast lawlessness, hijacked buildings, illegal dumping sites, widespread violence, harboring fraudsters and s*x offenders.


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