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Prophet T Freddy Caught In An Exam Cheating Storm!

Goodness and Mercy Ministries founder, Prophet T Freddy is alleged to have left the exam room with his tail between his legs after he was al...

Goodness and Mercy Ministries founder, Prophet T Freddy is alleged to have left the exam room with his tail between his legs after he was allegedly caught in an exam cheating storm last week.


Prophet T Freddy who is famed for ‘spiritual spectacles’, where he used spectacles to foretell the future was allegedly caught red-handed trying to cheat in an exam.

He was writing a Theology exam at the Women’s University of Africa in the capital, last week when the embarrassing event happened.

According to impeccable sources who witnessed the whole drama unfold revealed that Prophet T Freddy smuggled a mobile phone into the exam room and mistakenly dropped it from his lap before he walked out of the room in shame.
Prophet T Freddy Caught In An Exam Cheating Storm!
Prophet T Freddy Caught In An Exam Cheating Storm!
One of the students who spoke on condition of anonymity to Zim Morning Post, said after the prophet’s phone dropped, he quickly picked it up and left the exam room in a huff before the invigilator confronted him.

He revealed that after the prophet left the exam room, some classmates made fun of him, questioning why he failed to use the spiritual spectacles to spot the exams. He also added that the embarrassing episode left everyone in the exam room stunned.

Efforts to get a comment from the Women’s University of Africa proved futile as the University authorities refused to comment on the matter. Efforts to also get a comment from T Freddy hit a snag as his office demanded a ZWL3 000 booking fee.

On Tuesday, his secretary said he was busy with exams and did not respond to questions emailed to him.

Meanwhile, Prophet T Freddy made headlines last year after his Glen View church was demolished by the local authorities who had deemed it as an illegal structure.


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