New book offers alternative explanation of 2003 blackout


A new kindle book offers a new explanation of the 2003 blackout that affected nearly 50 million people in the Eastern United States and Canada.

But the explanation is not conventional and might appear absurd to many. It is based on prophecy, some of which has already been fulfilled.

The new book on how Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe has outlasted most of his Western “enemies” and is closing in on President Barack Obama says the blackout was an omen to members of the Zion Christian Church that their leader, Bishop Nehemiah Mutendi, was indeed a Man of God.

A prophet in the church had prophesied two months before the blackout that during the Bishop’s visit to the United States there would be a big omen.

At the same sitting the prophet also called on church elders to advise followers that they must leave politics alone as Mugabe was going to outlast his enemies.

The whole story and how Mugabe has survived against all odds is told in a 10600-word kindle book: Can Obama outlast Mugabe?

More stories of the trials and tribulations Mugabe has gone through and how he has survived even when he had given up are on the blog dedicated to the book.



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Charles Rukuni
The Insider is a political and business bulletin about Zimbabwe, edited by Charles Rukuni. Founded in 1990, it was a printed 12-page subscription only newsletter until 2003 when Zimbabwe's hyper-inflation made it impossible to continue printing.


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