There was drama in Mufakose on Sunday after Kingdom Revival International Ministries founder, Apostle Seti Magan’a was arrested during a church service for allegedly raping and infecting one of his congregants with a s_exually transmitted disease.
According to the H-Metro, the cleric is alleged to have had multiple s_exual encounters with one of his female congregants (name withheld) after having forced himself onto her on the first occasion.
Speaking to the publication, the 28-year-old victim confessed that on the second occasion she consented to the s_exual affair after the cleric promised to marry her. The straw that broke the camel’s back was when Magan’a refused to get her medical treatment after she had contracted a s_exual transmitted disease, which then forced her to lodge a report with the police.
”I was introduced to Apostle Magan’a after joining his ministry.
”Within a week, he started making false prophecies that the Holy Spirit was showing him that I needed special prayers.
*He kept on sending messages to find out where I was and on the day in question I was at work and he insisted on visiting me there for prayers.
“Upon arrival, I took him to my room after introducing him to my workmates and asked to be excused and went to my room since I used to stay at the lodge.
“He put his hands on me and started caressing me that I nearly shouted for help but he forced me onto the floor and raped me.
“He asked me to keep it secret promising to marry me and I disclosed this to none of my workmates since it had emotionally affected me,” narrated the victim.
The victim also let the cat out of the bag on how the cleric would deceive his congregants by claiming that he was going to a mountain for prayers whilst cohabiting with her.
”Tazioenda Kuchurch vanhu vofara vachimhanyira Kunamatirwa pekutanga vachitt Apostle vanga vari kugomo vachinamata.
”Had I not developed this unusual thing on my private parts I had decided to keep parts I had decided to keep the issue secret but zvandikuvadza apa Apostle havachadi kundirapisa,” narrated the victim.
Contacted for comment, Apostle Magan’a promised to visit H-Metro offices for finer details but could not be reached until the time of going to print.
Apostle Magan’a was taken to Harare Magistrates Court where the case was referred back to police before being heard by the magistrate.