A preacher whose alleged bedroom videos leaked on social media a while ago has today talked about the matter by hitting back at those who keep on trolling him. Bishop Josephat Gwajima has today, 22 August 2021, hit back at those who keep on attacking him over a past leaked video.
Bishop Gwajima at past church srvice Tanzania bishop who mocked Kenya over COVID-19 has landed in trouble after he was captured misleading the public again. Bishop Josephat Mathias Gwajima who is also a lawmaker in the current Parliament of Tanzania has been summoned by the House Speaker after his latest controversial statements and lies about COVID-19 vaccines.
Bishop Josephat Gwajima has landed in trouble after he started influencing citizens to avoid taking the COVID-19 vaccine. The Tanzanian preacher who doubles as an MP has been put on the spot by the government after his endless attacks on vaccines. Since President Samia Suluhu Hassan launched mass vaccination, the preacher has urged his huge following to avoid getting vaccinated.
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 Tanzanian preacher who left Kenyans talking a while ago after he attacked the country over its COVID-19 stand has today popped up with another concern over the same pandemic, and this time around, he has focused on vaccines.Bishop Josephat Gwajima made headlines when his video surfaced on social media in 2020, mocking Kenya after President Uhuru Kenyatta had closed down all learning institutions and worship centres.
Tanzanian preacher, Bishop Josephat Gwajima who is also a Member of Parliament of the current parliament, has today given his stand on the COVID-19 vaccine, a few hours after Tanzania received the donation of the vaccine. Tanzania on Friday received its first consignment of the COVID-19 vaccine from the United States of America.
Tanzanian Pastor Who Mocked Kenya On COVID-19 Deaths Pops Up With New Controversial Statement -VIDEO
Tanzanian preacher-cum lawmaker who mocked Kenya over the COVID-19 pandemic has this Wednesday issued another controversial statement. Bishop Josephat Gwajima who recently won a parliamentarian seat on President John Magufuli's CCM Party ticket angered Kenyans back in March when he mocked them over COVID-19. He said many Kenyas had succumbed to COVID-19 because of their foolishness of resolving to close down churches and other places of worship, instead of turning to God and seek his healing powers. The preacher
A few months ago, a Tanzanian pastor made headlines after he mocked Kenyans when the deadly COVID-19 pandemic was ruthlessly wreaking havoc in Kenya. By then, President Uhuru Kenyatta has suspended all forms of public gatherings including church gatherings, as a measure to curb the spread of the virus. President Magufuli on the other hand had allowed Tanzanians to pray from their places of worship, and ask God for His protection. Pastor Josephat Gwajima mocked Kenya by saying they had turned their backs on God,
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
What you need to know The famous 'man of God' who enjoys huge following extended fame to politics. He won the primaries and is eagerly waiting for his fate come October 28 when general elections will be held. Goats ate the posters in a viral video, sparking mixed reactions among residents who alleged that they were not normal goats. Others said God is not happy with His servant joining the dirty game of politics. Many questions and fewer answers have been raised after goats destroyed political posters belonging
Kenyans on social media have trolled Tanzanian pastor Josephat Gwajima who had earlier mocked Kenyans over Corona-virus cases and deaths. During one of his earlier sermons, the controversial pastor mocked Kenya and Rwanda for banning public gatherings including worship as part of the strategy to combat the deadly Corona-virus that is spreading like a wild bushfire. Gwajima was irked by the two countries’ decision to bar their citizens from worshiping. Prophesying that the virus will not hit Tanzania. ��
Pastor Josephat Gwajima of Tanzania was heavily criticized a few weeks ago after mocking Kenya and Rwanda for enforcing strict measures to control the spread of coronavirus within their boundaries. He was condemning the closure of churches and claimed that the two countries were worse than Tanzania because of shutting down local churches. On Sunday 10th of May Gwajima reignited the war against all those who are against the president of Tanzania John Pombe Magufuli branding them as agents of the Devil. "Wana
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
A video of President John Pombe Magufuli shouting the same phrase several times has sparked mixed reactions, with others calling for doctors to examine his mental health. Magufuli was campaigning for a parliamentarian aspirant of Chama Cha Mapinduzi in (Kawe) Dar es Salaam, Bishop Josephat Gwajima. In a viral video, the CCM leader was heard shouting 'Nileteeni Gwajima, nileteeeni Gwajima (vote for Gwajima) several times, which left CHEDEMA presidential aspirant Tundu Antiphas Lissu to believe Magufuli could
Pastor Josephat Gwajima who is the founder and Arch Bishop of Glory of Christ Tanzanian Church (GCTC) hit the headlines across the East African Region earlier this year when he condemned Kenyans over the increasing number of COVID-19 infections. In July Gwajima went ahead and expressed his desire to run for the parliamentary seat of Kawe constituency in Tanzania with the Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM) ticket. Gwajima's desire transpired on Thursday night when he was announced by the National Electoral Commission
Pride comes before the fall and God humbles the proud and uplifts the humble. The Tanzanian pastor Josephat Gwajima of Glory of Christ Tanzania Church(GCTC) shocked Kenyans together with Rwandans, when he mocked them for closing down churches. Kenya and Rwanda, had closed churches as one of the means to ensure social-distancing as a means of reducing the spread of the deadly virus. According to Gwajima, the two countries should not have closed churches at all just like Tanzania. “Rwanda closed and even ma