Passion Java

The much-anticipated “Night of Wonders” event, spearheaded by the controversial self-proclaimed prophet Passion Java, encountered a major setback as it ended prematurely owing to scanty attendance. Despite hopes of drawing a substantial audience to the National Sports Stadium, only a few attendees turned up, resulting in the vast arena appearing almost deserted.

Even with efforts to drum up support, including mobilization through Zanu PF channels, interest remained tepid. Prior messages on Zanu PF social media platforms urging party members to attend failed to translate into a substantial turnout.

Passion Java, a known Zanu PF supporter recognized for his flamboyant lifestyle and provocative statements, had boldly proclaimed the event’s capacity to fill the stadium with eager followers. However, the reality starkly contradicted his assertions, leading to a humbling acknowledgment of the situation.

After a mere three hours, Passion Java conceded, expressing a desire to conclude proceedings promptly. This decision aimed to salvage the event’s dignity and mitigate further embarrassment.

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Attendees voiced their disappointment, describing the evening as lacklustre and far from the promised wonders and miracles. Social media platforms buzzed with criticism, with some questioning the wisdom of aligning with figures like Java.

Criticism extended to the association of figures like Java with President Emmerson Mnangagwa, with calls for a reevaluation of such alliances. Java’s previous attention-seeking behaviour at Zanu PF rallies, including chanting provocative slogans, added to the controversy surrounding him.

Source: ZiMetro