Former Archishop Walter Masocha is reported to have instructed single mother Cathy Chigavazira to discharge herself from hospital and and refrain from any medical form of treatment in order to get her healing in Agape. Cathy is reported to have given this shocking testimony herself exactly a week before her death at a women's conference last week. In a shocking twist the church has learnt that in the meantime the Prophetess of Agape Judith Masocha is in Nigeria at an undisclosed location for unknown reasons to the church. There is much speculation among former members and Agape members that the Prophetess' mysterious trip to Nigeria may be linked to the recent allegations of evil and satanism in the church and heavy fear has fallen on many people being affected by Agape.
Agape's moto is to reach out to the world with the unconditional love of God with the aim of comforting the hurting and healing the broken hearted. However on 5 February 2014 committed church goer and Board member Yvonne Gayakaya posted a Facebook post expressing her joy and great pleasure at the pain and torture I have gone through inflicted by Agape. She openly mocked me that I had no husband, money or home anymore and all I do is blog. It was on that Facebook post that Cathy Chigavazira posted a very disturbing reply and openly prophesied what seemed to be my death where I would fall down with a heavy thud and how great my fall would be.
In much sadness and shock I have learnt that yesterday during a church service in Scotland Cathy fell to her death after she had been told by former Archbishop Walter Masocha to discharge herself from hospital and expect her healing in church. Cathy testified at the Women's Conference last weekend how the police followed her home after she self discharged and persuaded her to go back into hospital for treatment. A determined Cathy testified she told the police that her Daddy Walter Masocha had told her to leave hospital and come to Church. She said the god of Walter Masocha was healing her.
It got more shocking after Cathy's sudden death as a text message with a cold and unloving tone was passed around to church members which appeared to trivialise Cathy's sudden horrific death and the message said Cathy had been "promoted to glory".
The lack of empathy by Agape to the sudden death of the mother of one was truly the final nail to the coffin to the spirit behind Agape. Cathy was the woman who was behind the Agape merchandise. She was the woman behind the Agape brand. She designed every T-shirt, every overall and all the stationery and products of Agape. The text message of her death by Agape Officials was something never seen before as there was no sign of mourning or loss. All the text said was Cathy had been promoted to glory. We know it is biblical and Christian to mourn the death of others. Believers cried when Dorcas died in Acts. Even Jesus wept at the death of Lazarous. Death is never meant to be trivialised especially one so tragic and sudden. Agape's cold response to Cathy's death has left the world in shock and they have refused to give a statement to the press despite the former Archbishop Walter Masocha being at the centre and others arguing that he's the cause of Cathy Chigavazira's death.
I personally am deeply shocked and saddened by Cathy's sudden death. I have never heard of a person falling to their death whist about to give a testimony during a church service. I do not wish death on anyone, even my worst enemies. The Bible clearly warns us not to wish anyone dead and that we should love our enemies and do good to those who curse us.
I am reminded of Haman and Modecai. The gallows Modecai was meant to be hung on by Haman ended up bring Haman's own death sentence. I personally have received numerous death wishes and worse from Agape church members. But I still do not wish those people to die. I believe its not for us to prophesy the death of another mortal.
Much speculation and allegations of repeated behaviour of the former Archbishop Walter Masocha instructing church members to stop taking medication and expect healing from God has now started to surface. A few weeks ago I received a message from a teenager who said her mother nearly died after falling ill at a church conference in Agape and the former Archbishop prayed and advised against calling an ambulance. The woman was then later taken to hospital against the Archbishop's advice and was lucky to survive. I find it ironic how Agape is quick to call 999 for an ambulance on so called mental people yet those really needed urgent medical treatment are refused medical care.
I believe Cathy's death could have been avoided had she not been advised to leave hospital by her Daddy who is meant to have officially resigned from pastoral duties. May Cathy's soul rest in peace. I personally knew Cathy and I pray her biological family is comforted and get answers from Walter Masocha as to why he told her to discharge herself from hospital.
Below is the Facebook post by Yvonne Gayakaya commented by Cathy.