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Queen Esther says Sunday is not true day of worship

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Unapologetic as ever, Her Majesty Queen Esther, the Prophetess of the Most High, Elijah III has condemned the State for aiding and abetting “treason against God” by making people go to work on the Sabbath (Saturday).

The prophetess has a message for Batswana that, “Sunday is not a true day of worship. It is a day that the Catholic Church invented to oppose and annoy the Almighty.” She maintains that “God of the Bible” does not recognise Sunday as worship day. “Sunday is the first day of the week. Saturday (Sabbath) is the seventh day of the week, which according to Exodus 20 is the eighth Commandment (Remember the Sabbath to keep it holy).”  In fact the Prophetess says Sunday worship came about as a result of a Papal edict as part of the greater conspiracy against God the Creator. She says the Devil has “deviated the world” from worshipping on Sabbath because he knows that the Sabbath has “very serious blessings” for humanity.

“If only humanity had stuck to the Sabbath they would be brilliant, they would be wealthy, they wouldn’t be sick,” she says. “Now the Devil is the enemy of God and a human being. Also he is aspiring for majesty. He knows that the territory of the Almighty is heaven and earth. So if he diverts people from worshipping on Sabbath he knows that the Creator is neglected and spat on the eye.” She says the Devil doesn’t care what people worship as long as it doesn’t reflect the Creator God.

“You can worship dogs, you can worship cows, you can worship the sun, you can worship Mary, the Devil doesn’t care!” The prophetess says being aware of this, she wrote to President Ian Khama to warn him that the, “Almighty says it is high treason for you to be allowing the children to be going to school on Sabbath Saturday and allowing workers to work on Saturday. It is an insultive issue upon His throne.

The Sabbath is God’s throne, so do this, if you don’t your political inclination is going to collapse.” She says if we look at the current political affairs they show the state is in trouble. “I was shown the Botswana flag flung into the great ocean. And then I pushed it. There were people from the west and the east trying to get hold of the flag and I pushed it to the north. It means that the kingdom of whoever has now gone back. We are now starting the Kingdom of the Almighty. Political people are now doomed. I am going to rule with Kings, ka gore Modimo o batla dikgosi. As it is politicians are just thieves and they don’t know what they are doing.

Chiefs and Kings are people of the minds of the Almighty!” says the outspoken, fearless prophetess who says she is guarded by angels in chariots of fire at her temporary residence in Thamaga. “There are so many gods, and I am going to eradicate them,” she warned. “I am going to teach the world how to worship the Lord of Heaven and keep the Sabbath and to get rid of all these marriages of same sex, to get rid of wars and starvation. There is going to be peace! This is the time when the demons are going to be destroyed,” she promised.

“There is nobody preaching the right Gospel now. People don’t know about Jesus, Moslems are doing their own thing they are killing people, atrocities are coming from the Moslem world, the Catholics are killing people! I am going to get rid of this Muslim worship, this Catholic worship, worshipping Maria.
People must worship the Creator God!” The Prophetess affirms that she is the “only person alive” that can face the Pope and tell him that, “You are wrong the people are following you, just turn and worship the Lord on the seventh day Sabbath.”

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BMC secures beef market in Seychelles

Dikarabo Ramadubu

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Botswana Meat Commission (BMC) will soon start to sell its beef to the Island of Seychelles. Not only will they sell frozen raw meat, but will also send corned beef for trial in the Island.

All this is thanks to last week’s visit by President Mokgweetsi Masisi who included in his delegation executive management of the BMC, led by Chief Executive Officer, Dr Akolang Tombale.
The agreement signed between BMC and two leading Seychelles companies, will see BMC exporting at least 48 tonnes of raw beef to the island possibly from October. The names of the two companies that BMC signed an agreement with are Seychelles Trading Company which is a quasi-government organisation, and Rosebelle Company which is privately owned.

Although both have agreed to trade with each other, BMC cannot start immediately, as they have to wait for the green light from Seychelles companies who still have to apply for import permits in accordance with the law of their republic.

Speaking to The Midweek Sun, Tombale expressed gratitude that they managed to get good business in Seychelles through the assistance of President Masisi. “We are ready to export any time from now. As you know Seychelles is an island surrounded by mountains and cannot produce much if not anything. “They therefore depend much on imports even from as far as Brazil and Europe. Their economy is driven by tourism and they do not differ much with the European market in terms of the demand for beef as most tourists come from Europe and United States.”

Dr. Tombale said they agreed with the two companies that since “we are not sure about the logistics we will start by selling 24tonnes to each company per month, meaning we will be supplying the Island with a total of 48 tonnes per month. The idea is to start small and grow bigger as the people get used to our beef.” BMC has also negotiated to sell small stock meat to Seychelles and successfully negotiated for local chicken farmers to start selling their range chicken to Seychelles as well.

According to Tombale, he negotiated the deal after being approached by local chicken farmers amongst them Kgosi Mosadi Seboko of Balete, who requested that “we should try to find a market for chicken farmers as we go around the world searching for the beef market.” Tombale revealed that for a start both range chickens and small stock will not be supplied in tonnes or large quantities as they will be sold on a trial basis.

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G-west community reunion-walk a resounding success

Keletso Thobega

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Multitudes turned up for the Mosengwaketsi community walk and braai session this past Saturday in Gaborone West. The walk was held in the morning and was preceded by football games and a braai session that went on until late in the evening.

According to the event director Tshenolo Palai, the aim of the community day event was to revive community spirit and address crime and social ills. “The Mosengwaketsi community reunion will be held not only to create a platform to build unity but also address the social ill of passion killings,” he said.

Palai said that they had also invited health stakeholders for a wellness segment because they had realised that there are many health related conditions that affect the quality of people’s lives hence they had joined forces with religious organisations, the business community, neighbourhood outreach policing and other stakeholders in the area to encourage a culture of unity and create dialogue between all the parties.

He noted that they had wanted to create a relaxed environment conducive for different people to engage and strengthen their networks. He said they were also concerned with the high rate of crimes of passion in Botswana and also wanted to create a platform for both men and women to open up on issues that affect them because most people tend to be more relaxed in a social setting.

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