A Highfield-based apostle and founder of Christ in Action International, Trevor Mawoyo, who made headlines after claiming to restore sight, will be heading to South at the end of this month for a miracle and healing crusade.
By Stephen Chadenga
This is Mawoyo’s second visit to the neighbouring country after other crusades held in Johannesburg and Pretoria in September.
He said in September multitudes of people in South Africa thronged the crusades, adding that he was humbled to preach and minister in that country.
“I will be going back to Johannesburg on November 28 and like the first time, I expect people to flood the crusade where miracles and healing of incurable diseases would be witnessed,” said Mawoyo.
“Many will receive the oil of testimonies where healing and deliverance would be witnessed in a big way in that country.”
Mawoyo said the oil of testimonies would heal various ailments and urged people not to miss the crusade.
He said the last time he visited South Africa, many people who had had their money stolen got their cash back as well as testimonies of successful businesses after receiving the oil.
This is not the first time that Mawoyo has drawn huge crowds outside the country.
Early this year, the man of cloth wooed multitudes in India where he was guest speaker at a crusade organised by more than 50 churches.
He also passed through China and Hong Kong where he held other crusades.