MBABANE: Pastor Ntfonjeni Dlamini, the founder and senior Pastor of the Hidden in Christ Tabernacle in Mpolonjeni, Mbabane said he enjoyed the protection of God hence Pastor Justice Dlamini has no power to curse him.
This comes after Pastor Justice allegedly released an audio that was widely circulated on social media cursing Hidden in Christ Tabernacle founder and his wife Londiwe, he accused them of opening a church in Mbabane and influencing members to leave Worship Centre.
Pastor Justice Dlamini later announced that he was releasing a curse to all Worship Centre members who joined Pastor Ntfonjeni’s church. But despite this, the young Pastor told this Swaziland News that he was protected by God and nothing will happen to him and his wife including their family members.
“We have been enjoying the protection of God for a long time, we serve a living God so we not afraid the Apostles curses” he said.
In the recording the Apostle said he had treated the couple like his own children such that he provided a platform for Pastor Ntfonjeni to preach.
“They came to Worship Centre and we welcomed them as part of the family, such that Pastor Ntfonjeni was ordained and entrusted with my people to minister on Sundays and other church services. Londiwe was tasked with being a praise team singer and they both became my children. I prayed for them and they received a break-through. But despite what I did for them, they decided to establish their own church using my people. If God had commissioned them its ok, but if he did not, I speak a curse of severe poverty upon them because of Proverbs 17:33. The congregants who left to follow Pastor Ntfonjeni and Londiwe will live in dire poverty until the sound of the trumpet,” said Pastor Justice.
Reached for comments, Bishop Stephen Masilela, the President of the Conference of Churches said they are seeking ways for the man of cloth to make peace. “We are still trying to bring both parties together so they may iron out their differences. No Pastor should curse another,” said the Bishop.
Pastor Ntfonjeni Dlamini and his wife Londiwe