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Her Majesty Queen Esther on the mystery of country codes

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Heaven’s watchdog, Her Majesty Queen Esther, the Prophetess of the Most High, Prophet Elijah III, is this week opening the secrets behind countries’ code numbers.

And the evidence is not only stunning, but is emphatic and compelling especially for us Batswana. For instance dig this, at 267 Botswana is the only country with two codes in Africa. Queen Esther was shown all the countries’ codes listed in the directory and what they mean in God’s divine plan. Botswana’s code denotes double kingdom (26) and completion or Sabbath (7) hence Botswana is the “real throne of God.”

As if this were not enough God also showed Her Majesty from her temporary divine office at Mount Sinai, Thamaga (Bethlehem) that Botswana, Zambia (260) and Zimbabwe (263) also share a “divine presence” at Mosi oa Thunya (Victoria Falls) with its omnipresent double rainbow. The three countries are collectively known as “Trinity Nations” and this means that Zimbabwe is just like South Africa, also a part of the kingdom known as Botswana.

God, says Her Majesty Queen Esther, had wanted Zimbabwe (code 263) to be His throne, but when Gabriel Mugabe consorted with the Roman Catholic, which has openly defied God’s holy days, he moved it to south east (Kanye), which is now known as Jerusalem. 

“All other codes like Cape Town (code 21) and Pretoria (code 12 denoting seat of a great king that rules on behalf of the Messiah) were also explained to me to prove that Botswana is a great nation,” she says. So great is Botswana’s kingdom that encompasses the whole of South Africa, with Pretoria as its capital.
Angola (268) is yet another blessed country, the seat of Kings according to God’s divine plan, says Her Majesty.

As for The United Kingdom (code +44), God showed Her Majesty that this denotes Jesus’ number. She was also shown that Queen Elizabeth was installed on 2nd June 1953 and has been ruling in her stead ever since at the behest of Heaven. “Queen Elizabeth is ruling on behalf of God and she is my Regent,” she says.   

It was also revealed to the Prophetess Queen Esther that Calvary is in Mount Sinai that is the place where the Saviour (Jesus Christ) is buried so that His blood can flow into the Ark of the Covenant that lies under the mountain.

(Due to overwhelming public interest in Her Majesty’s ministry The Midweek Sun will next week carry Queen Esther’s yearend message).

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‘My life is a living hell’

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A Zimbabwean double amputee, Gift Ncube who received a lot of public sympathy after a farmer, Keitumetse Khunou shot him in 2013 over a payment dispute thereafter losing both arms, says that his life is a living hell.

This is because his former employer, Khonuo has not honoured terms of agreement to compensate him for his lost arms. As of September 2017, the two through their lawyers agreed on an out of court settlement in which Khonou undertook to give him 20 goats and eight heads of cattle to start a new life. Khunou, through his lawyers K. Sekgabo Attorneys further proposed to transfer his rights and title in respect of his only residential house consisting of a two-bedroom house, main house with two rooms, toilet bath and a kitchen situated at Radisele.

They also agreed that they were going to pay, Ncube a sum of P100 000, which was proposed to be paid on or before the end of May 2018. However, Ncube through his lawyers, Chibanda Makgelemele & Co said May was far and proposed end of February 2018, which was accepted.

At one point, the parties agreed to pay P125 000 from the initial P130 000 demanded by Ncube, but Khunou’s lawyers said he could pay him P22 000 per month commencing December 1, 2017.
Narrating his story, Ncube cut a frustrated figure. “I now knock on people’s doors, asking for money to buy food. This is not who I am and who I had thought I’d be at any point in my life. This man has destroyed my life and I’m finding it hard to accept that I don’t have my hands,” he said.

He stated that Khunou’s lawyers had told him that their client was not cooperative. “They even told me to seek the assistance of the media,” he said, adding that life is hard as he has a three year old daughter to look after.

As of May 7, 2018, the parties went to the High Court where there was also another settlement made regarding compensation. Khunou signed to give Ncube his plot in Radisele, with its two houses. The agreement was that should he fail to procure transfer of the property to Ncube through the Landboard, then he shall within six months of failure to procure transfer cause it to be sold at a price to be agreed by both parties and the proceeds shall be paid to Ncube.

The agreement also entailed eight cows and 20 goats, and P130 000 payment in installments of P5 470 per month commencing March 31, 2018 until May 1, 2020. The court papers have the certificate of Customary Court Grant, which is yet to be given to Ncube.

The shooting incident happened at Khunou’s ploughing field at Diphateng lands near Radisele where he had temporarily engaged Ncube to de-bush his field.Meanwhile, Ncube said he has opened an account with a local bank where he wanted to save money for Myo-electric prosthesis. Quotations from Gaborone Private Hospital show that he needs P172 500 to get it done. The system consists of wrist insert, wrist/elbow unit, functional hand, prosthetic glove, cable above elbow, harness above elbow and prosthetic sheath.

Khunou’s lawyer Kgololesego Segabo confirmed that there was a settlement agreed that was signed between his client and Ncube. “What is left is for my client to act on the agreement. He is in the process of mobilising resources to honour the agreement,” he said.

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G-west community reunion-walk a resounding success

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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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