The prophet, who has been identified as Ndlovu, conducts his sessions three times a week and people travel from far and wide to attend the meetings.
“A major health disaster is looming at this place because there are no toilets or running water. People are just relieving themselves in the drains. This person should just apply for a stand and construct appropriate facilities for his business,” said Titus Gwebu, a resident in the area.
Another irate resident, Hlabangani Ncube, said Ndlovu’s healing sessions were disturbing the peace.
“I am certainly not against his business, but there are council bylaws which regulate such gatherings. That place is just too small and inappropriate for such activities. After the healing sessions, garbage is lying all over the place” said Ncube.
The residents threatened to take up the issue with the council if the prophet continues to carry out his activities.Post published in: News