Prophet Makandiwa's close friend's romantic pictures leaked

Prophet Makandiwa's close friend's romantic pictures leaked
Published: 06 December 2012 (147044 Views)
The other side of the Mutare-based United Family International Church (UFIC) - Pastor Jacob Tembo has been revealed!

Romantic pictures of Pastor Tembo, whose extra-marital affair with Cynthia Shungu Tapera spilled to the court last week, were on Tuesday leaked to the public. They were circulating via smart phones among members of Prophet Emmanuel Makandiwa's church.

Pastor Tembo refused to comment on the leakage arguing that the dispute between him and Cynthia was still sub-judice.

"Go ahead and do your job, I can't comment on that because the matter is before the courts," said Man of God.

His ex-lover Cynthia said she was surprised how the pictures leaked to the Press but confirmed that the pictures were taken two weeks ago (in November 2012) when the couple was still crazy in love.

"I have no idea as to how the pictures leaked but it is true that I am the one in those pictures. I came across the pictures after some of my friends informed me about their circulation. The other guy on the picture is my former boyfriend, Jacob Tembo. He is a pastor with UFI Church. I think one of the pictures was taken some two weeks ago before we broke up," she said.

Cynthia added: "I used to hear people calling him a great man of God. I would laugh at them. To tell you the truth, to me he was just a great man in bed. He is a close friend of Prophet Makandiwa and each time Makandiwa called him when we were enjoying our quality time, he would order me to keep quiet. He was afraid that Makandiwa would hear my voice and sometimes he would lie that he was in Mutare while we were in fact enjoying in Harare."

"Jacob needs more deliverance than most UFI members because he is just misleading people. Most people in UFI don't even know that he drinks (alcohol) but I know he does. He drinks expensive stuff and in one of the pictures he is holding a Smirnoff beer as you can see," added Cynthia.

The woman said pastor Tembo was still stalking her!!

"We first met in 2006 in Kadoma and he lied to me that he was not married. I believed him because he never put on his ring and generally he looks younger than his actual age because of his blings. I only discovered that he has a wife when his wife called me. His wife told me that she heard that I was going out with him by one of his ex-girlfriends. But there was nothing I could do about it because I was already having his child," narrated Cynthia.

"If he really didn't want to have a child with me he should have just used a condom. So he has to look after his child," Cynthia also claimed that she is still in possession of Pastor Tembo's underwear.

Meanwhile, if Cynthia's claims are something to go by, then one would wonder why his 'boss' who is said to have Prophetic powers never figured out the alleged adulterous affair that was taking place right behind his back. Even if one chooses not to believe the woman's side of the story, one still wonders why other 'great men of God in their church couldn't pick it up before it got out of hand.

- H-Metro

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