According to reports, the pastor who has been referred to as Bishop Simutwe who was aged 68, has left behind a shocking number of children, 520 and a total of 47 wives who had gone down to 32 at the time of his death.
As per the report on social media, the man of God left the behind the 520 kids whom he got from the remaining 32 wives.
Also according to the one of his brother-in-law, Kebby Mutetete, the Bishop who has lost his life left more than 1,300 grandchildren to his name.
The late Bishop of Zion Church, Simutwe would manage to attend to more than ten of his wives in a single day and this resulted to him having more than 500 kids through his lifetime.
Now the his brother-in law, Mutetete says that the man of God has put to rest and thanked members of the Zion Church for contributing for the burial and buying a casket of K28, 000.
However the death of the Bishop has elicited mixed reactions on social media among netizens who have been stanned by the number of the kids he was able to sire with most Praising his effort to fill the population of the country.
Below are some of the reactions ;
Chisebe, "we need a national mourning for this guy. I know him, he can do it. In short he had 500 children."
Oned Liberman, "Woow, why didn't you tell us when he was alive please? Anyway great man he was."
Lawrence Musanda, "Ati go and Multiply. Don't judge him. He followed the Bible saying."
Jay Islands, "This means that this pastor had 16 children from each wife and the other 8 from concubines. Plus those children that him his relatives does not know... What a Solomon pastor."
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