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Chimombe son seeks TB Joshua intervention


Utterly convinced his worrying health condition is a result of witchraft, Freddy Chimombe is considering visiting Nigerian prophet TB Joshua.

The ailing son of the late music legend James Chimombe will be one of beneficiaries of a charity match between musicians and former soccer players at Rufaro Stadium recently.

Patson Chimbodza, who organised the match, is expected to deliver the donation to Chimombe soon.

But the erstwhile musician says he will not seek medical reprieve anymore because he has exhausted that route. He is ready to start a new journey in search of divine deliverance.

“I have been going around consulting medical experts, but they have failed to solve my problem. I think I was bewitched so I will not use that money to go to hospital,” said Chimombe.

“Some doctors have urged me to go to Nigeria and consult TB Joshua.”

Chimombe can only be sure he will go to Nigeria when he is advised of the amount of money he is set to receive from the charity match.

He said the alternative would be Prophet Emmanuel Makandiwa’s church in Harare.

He said he is going to revive his father’s band as soon as he gets well.

Chimombe and his wife could not hide their joy when NewsDay visited them at Hopley Farm. He said he was grateful to Chimbodza and everyone who made the fundraising match possible.

“My words alone are not enough to thank Chimbodza and other musicians who took part in the fundraising match. I have to use their money wisely so that I do not disappoint them.”

Chimombe said he had a number of issues that needed financial attention.

“I want to finish building my house here in Hopley so that I can bring my children here. They are currently staying with my mother. I also want to complete a tuckshop project that I have started.”

He is currently depending on royalties from his father’s music to finance his needs.

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