A section of Tanzanians has taken to social media with mixed reactions after a famous preacher revealed what God wants him to do for them during this COVID-19 pandemic. Bishop Josephat Gwajima who also considers himself a prophet of God has today said God has instructed him to lead Tanzanians during this COVID-19 pandemic.
A section of Tanzanians has taken to social media, to call out their prominent 'man of God' to use his powers and resurrect the late President John Pombe Magufuli.
Controversial Tanzanian preacher-cum lawmaker Josephat Gwajima has predicted the worst for the Swahili speaking nation. Bishop Gwajima, the Founder and Arch-Bishop of GCTC (Ufufuo na Uzima Ministries) made headlines in 2020 when he mocked Kenya over her stand on the COVID-19 pandemic. Kenya, then, had suspended worshipping from places of worship such as churches and mosques, while the late President Magufuli had permitted the same to happen in Tanzania, which made Bishop Gwajima say Kenya had dumped God, and that they were to suffer bitter consequences.
Tanzanian President Samia Suluhu and her government are taking the fight against Coronavirus very seriously. She was recently vaccinated against the virus. This is something, the former President John Pombe Magufuli would not have done. Kawe member of parliament, Gwajima has lost his parliamentary seat for discouraging Tanzanians against taking the vaccine.
Tanzania has been on the headlines in recent days due to the rapid increament in the cases of COVID-19 infections in the country. Tanzania recorded a total of 147 cases of coronavirus infection as of 17th April which was as a result of the latest additional 53 cases recorded in the country in the country. A Tanzanian pastor known as Josephat Gwajima who is the Arch Bishop of Glory of Christ Tanzania Church (GCTC) has of late been accused by the people of Kenya and Rwanda for mocking them. The pastor claimed
The Corona virus disease have claimed lives of many people around the whole world. As countries battle to contain the virus, other countries like Tanzania claims that the virus in no longer a threat and that's why they have never locked down their country and don't wear facemasks as they interact.
Pastor Josephat Gwajima increased his publicity a few moths ago when he mocked Kenya and Rwanda over the COVID-19 cases. The pastor claimed that the disease acted on Kenyans because they refused to go to church. However the pastor was embarrassed a few days after his baseless claims after coronavirus cases in his country spiked up. Since then, Gwajima who is the head of Glory of Christ Tanzanian Church (GCTC) opted to remain silent especially on matters regarding the COVID-19 disease. Once again Gwajima has
Josephat Gwajima who is the founder and Arch Bishop of Glory of Christ Tanzania Church (GCTC) gained popularity a few months ago when he mocked Kenya over the COVID-19 numbers in the country. Once again Gwajima raised the eyebrows of many people in and outside Tanzania after he publicly confirmed his interest in becoming the Member of Parliament for Kawe Constituency. Early this Tuesday morning Gwajima went ahead and picked nomination forms under Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM) in a bid to kick out the current MP
Pastor Josephat Gwajima who is the founder of Glory of Christ Tanzania Church (GCTC) hit the headlines one Month ago when he mocked Kenya and Rwanda over the cases of COVID-19. Unfortunately this did not go well with him as Tanzania started recording high cases of coronavirus infection after his statement. Thereafter Gwajima decided to be silent on matters of COVID-19 for a while. However, on Monday 18th of May Gwajima decided to hit back at those people outside the country who are currently questioning and
President John Pombe Magufuli's government has issued a statement of the current COVID-19 situation in Tanzania. This comes over recent reports that the deadly coronavirus was ravaging lives in the country even after Magufuli declared that they had won the war against the killer virus. The Minister for Healt Dr Dorothy Gwajima has called on Tanzanians to improve their personal hygiene by washing their hands with running water and soap, using sanitizer and incubate themselves to keep the virus at bay, commonly
Visiting Tanzanian wellbeing Minister Dr Dorothy Gwajima has guarded her country's questionable choice to choose neighbourhood spices for insurance against Covid-19 illness. Dr Gwajima, truth be told, says she doesn't lament upholding for utilization of homegrown solutions to assuage the dangerous microorganism. Tending to the press after respective discussions with her Kenyan partner Mutahi Kagwe on Thursday, she noticed that Africa was spilling over with attempted and tried natural meds that can treat various illnesses.
Bishop Josphat Gwajima, who is also the Kawe Member of Parliament, sent a warning to President Samia Suluhu Hassan over the Covid-19 Vaccine.Speaking in the Parliament, Gwajima listed down the effects of Covid-19 on a human body for the next Coming 10 years to the Citizens of Tanzania.