Prophet Java Now A Doctor


By Ruvarashe Dhliwayo




Self-proclaimed prophet Passion Java has posted pictures of himself wearing graduation regalia for Doctorate holder students and has proclaimed he is now a Doctor.




Prophet Java did not however divulge more information on his achievement.




Prophet Java posted the pictures on his Instagram page with the caption, “You can call me Dr Prophet Passion Java.”




His legion of fans and fellow socialites congratulated the man of cloth.



Comedianne Felistars Mai Tt Murata posted, “Dr @prophetpassion congratulations.”



A fan thevannessagraham posted, “Congratulations Dr Prophet Passion Java.”




Another follower courage_delight_12 posted, “Congratulations Passion May the Lord excel you.”



Prophet Java is one of the new age Pentecostal church religious leaders to emerge in Zimbabwe in recent decades.



He is the founder of Passion Java Ministries and the Kingdom Embassy church.



The controversial prophet has also lent a helping hand to a number of artists.


In 2018, Prophet Java began sponsoring Zimdancehall musicians among them Enzo Ishall with several such artists mentioning his name in their songs.



Recently, he has helped urban groovers pioneer Rockford Josphats revive his music career.




He sponsored Rocqui’s comeback on the collaboration the youthful artist did with Rhumba maestro Koffi Olomide and Tanzanian’ Ranny Van.


Prophet Java is also sponsoring the recording of artists under Chillspot Studio on the riddim titled Koppo.




The man-of-cloth has made waves not only for his alleged ability to perform miracles, but his flamboyant lifestyle which has led many to question the source of his wealth as well as fuel speculation about his credibility as a bona fide prophet.



At one time he was alleged to have spent over USD 500 000 in one shopping spree where he bought three top of the range vehicles which included two Range Rovers and a Jaguar.




The move was viewed by many as overspending by a man of the cloth and further heightened the skepticism which seems to surround public opinion on the so-called ‘prosperity gospel.’

Robert Tapfumaneyi