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Thousands of United Family International Church members, led by Prophet Emmanuel Makandiwa, yesterday marched through the streets of Harare ahead of their mega event dubbed Judgment Night 2 set for Saturday at the National Sports Stadium.

They marched from the City Sports Centre just outside the Central Business District to Africa Unity Square.

UFIC spokesperson Pastor Prime Kufakunesu said people should expect a lot from Judgment Night 2.

“Judgment night is set to transform the lives of many and it is important to note that what happens in the physical is not just physical, it all begins in the spiritual,” he said.

“Our spirits have registered that something has taken place in the heavens and God is ready to judge our enemies or any kind of demon fighting us.”

Among the marchers were international visitors who are already in the country for Judgment Night 2 and Pastor Kufakunesu said they were humbled to learn that people were flying and driving in from abroad.

The UFIC members, clad in t-shirts inscribed with messages related to Judgment Night 2 and singing, stretched for more than three kilometres and were led by the Zimbabwe National Army brass band and drum majorettes.

Organisers say they expect some 150 000 people to attend the event which Prophet Makandiwa has described as “a defining moment”.

Arrangements have been made to accommodate many of the participants outside the National Sports Stadium which has an official carrying capacity of 60 000.

The march included a clean-up campaign where members of the church’s cleaning department swept parts of the streets.

Source : The Herald

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