A Zimbabwean woman’s dreams of getting rich quickly turned into a nightmare after she was allegedly duped when the 100 000 Rand miracle money she had received from a popular prophet apparently, turned into paper. The woman who has only been identified as Sister Blessing at the time of publishing, alleges that she was duped by the charismatic prophet, Anointed CFM, who is affectionately called See1 by his followers.
According to Sister Blessing, who has since released a video on social media allegedly exposing the ‘Man of God’ for duping her through a get rich quick miracle scheme. She narrated that Seer1 convinced her to bring R10 000 so that he could pray for it and multiply it by a factor of 10.
Sister Memory claimed that she took the sum of R10 000 to the Prophet who in turn, brought out a series of newspapers. After praying and speaking in tongues, the prophet apparently changed the newspapers into money which he gave to an ecstatic Sister Memory. She counted the money and to her delight, it was a whopping R100 000.
However, she got the shock of her life when she got home and realised that she had no money at all. All she had were the newspapers. After her efforts to contact the prophet proved futile, she reported him to the South African Police Service (SAPS).
Seer1 who leads Limpopo’s suspiciously fastest growing church of Prophet Anointed CFM was arrested during the church service over a money laundering offence.
In her own words, Sister Memory said,
I counted the money and everything came to the sum R100 000 then I took the money and left his house.
I was excited, but I got the shock of my life when I reached home and opened my bag, all the money was again turned to papers.
I called the prophet several times to report to him that all the monies were now papers but he did not pick up his phones.
I went to the church to meet him and I was beaten up by his securities and bodyguards, this prompted me to report the matter to the authorities.
I am glad that Seer1 was arrested on Sunday.
Prophet Anointed CFM popularly known as Seer1 is a magician, not a Prophet, let him be clear to people that he’s a magician, not a Prophet.
A Facebook post posted on the Prophet’s Facebook page, @Prophet Anointed CFM, corroborated the arrest saying that Seer1 was indeed arrested and in police custody.
The post reads,
I write to inform you all that after a wonderful service with a record-breaking multitude in attendance today.
Our Prophet, Papa Seer1 was picked up by the police for an offence yet to be known to us.
We are not shocked nor shaken at this moment because this arrest did not come as a surprise to us.
Seer1 for the past few Sundays had spoken about this and has encouraged us to be strong and courageous.
All sons and daughters of Seer1 are encouraged to remain calm and stable as our father has always taught us.
This battle is not ours but of the Lord and victory is certainly ours.
Pray for Papa.
We shall keep you posted.
Seer1 is no stranger to controversy and this is not the first time that he has been arrested.
In 2017, the Prophet who draws crowds and promises miracle money was arrested but later acquitted for defiling a girl minor in his home country, Zambia. He has received massive criticism for the unorthodox and seemingly unchristian practices done during his services.
However, the Prophet remains defiant.
Check ot pic of his arrest below: