HOUSE of Grace International Ministries leader, Prophet Shame Hungwe, has abandoned his church and turned to Prophet Eubert Angel, H-Metro can reveal.
Hungwe, who made headlines for bedding a married woman, was spotted at the side of Prophet Angel performing miracles in Nigeria recently.
Hungwe told H-Metro that he had become like a sheep without a shepherd following the death of Prophet TB Joshua, but he has now found grace in Prophet Angel.
“Every person, including church leaders, needs someone they can confide in and seek counselling.
“I felt exposed to evil spirits that I used to cast out following the death of Prophet TB Joshua.
“I learnt a lesson that there are three stubborn forces that can make any leader fall from grace.
“The love of money, the love of women and pride are forces that can leave anyone naked and exposed to shame.
“I want to thank God that the anointing kept my head above waters, otherwise I could have backslidden,” said Hungwe.
He hailed Prophet Angel for helping him.
“Prophet Eubert Angel helped me a lot and brought me back to the House of Grace, although I will not use that name again.
“For the mean time, I have found grace through Prophet Angel and will remain loyal to his leadership and guidance,” he said.
Asked if he would seek forgiveness from people he had wronged, Hungwe said anyone born of flesh hardly forgives.
“Chikuru kudiwa naMwari nekuti ndiye woga anokwanisa kuregerera munhu nekuti wakaberekwa nenyama haaregereri zvekumhanya.
“David in Psalms 51:1-5 clearly showed that only God can cleanse and return one’s hope.”
Hungwe is expected back in the country anytime this month, and he promised to resume his ministry, but under a new name.
Bedding married church members
HOUSE of Grace International church leader, Prophet Sham Hungwe, stands accused of wrecking an eight-year marriage.
Zachariah Matunya (43) claims the man of cloth lured his wife, Samantha Chibwanya (29) to his Waterfalls house where he seduced and bedded her.
From that day, according to Matunya, Samantha has been denying him his conjugal rights and would leave home unceremoniously.
He accused Prophet Hungwe of threatening him, after he confronted him, over the adulterous affair and lodged a police report against the man of cloth under CR239/08/20.
Matunya also filed a report about a missing person, under the same record, at Harare Central Police Station.
The missing person he was referring to was Samantha.
Prophet Hungwe confirmed the affair with Samantha arguing that her marriage to Matunya had irretrievably broken down, at least, under customary law.
“Prophet Hungwe snatched my wife under the pretext that he wanted to pray for her and counsel her after discovering that we were in a misunderstanding,” said Matunya.
“He invited Samantha to his Waterfalls house where he seduced her.
“My wife confessed after I confronted her about their unholy prayers and confessed she lost feelings for me from the day Hungwe bedded her.
“She was threatened and was forced to leave our home unceremoniously to stay in Gweru, without my knowledge, and I had to report her as missing.
“I also lodged a police report against Hungwe for threatening me and kidnapping my wife and Samantha was forced to report to the police and dismiss the kidnapping case.
“I have all the messages between myself and Hungwe and my wife’s too, disclosing how she was being threatened and sexually abused.
“Hungwe scoffed at me arguing that he was well connected and had the audacity to send me his photographs with my wife, urging me to report wherever I want.
“He masked his face on the pictures he sent to me and that emotionally affected me and my daughter.”
Prophet Hungwe vehemently denied snatching Samantha from Matunya arguing that the two had separated.
“Zacharia had separated with Samantha when I started dating her, besides I had known her before their marriage,” said Prophet Hungwe.
“Samantha’s uncle is the one behind this because he wanted to extort me after discovering our affair and is the one who engaged Zacharia to come up with such claims