By Staff Reporter
INDIA – Prominent Zimbabwean preacher Prophet Uebert Angel and his wife Beverley fed thousands of squatters in the city of Nakodar, India.
Under the banner of the Uebert Angel Foundation, the husband and wife team, with the help of volunteers could be seen in video footage moving around with buckets of food feeding squatters who were lined up on the road.
“Bebe and I were really disturbed to see the many Christian children who believe in Christ suffering like that but we were very happy to have the time to appreciate the grace of God in allowing us to have more. It cemented the reason why God blesses us – in order to get us to bless others,” Prophet Angel wrote on Instagram.
Prophet Angel who leads the Spirit Embassy church (now rebranded to The Good News Church) arrived in India on the 9th of November. He is currently on a global crusade to grow his church outside Zimbabwe.
The charismatic preacher has been unable to go back to Zimbabwe since a court case broke out involving a Harare businessman who claims he was duped into giving his Bentley to the man of the cloth on the promise he would reap threefold.
Mr Ndabazinengi Shava, the director of Faith Age Holdings Zimbabwe, told the court that Prophet Angel after selling his vehicle to one Phebion, relocated to the United Kingdom and blocked any communication with him.
All this was revealed during the trial of Anderson Tagara who was accused of aiding Angel in defrauding Shava of his vehicle valued at $300 000. The case was eventually dismissed in June after the plaintiff failed to provide enough proof to show he was defrauded.
Although the case was dismissed its still unknown if an arrest warrant that was issued by a magistrate when Angel did not show up, is still in force. His legal team however insist the matter is closed and Prophet Angel has no case to answer.