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Controversy Malawi prophet in trouble for ordering women to come to church without wearing pants

A malawian pastor has caused serious controversy after he told female members not to wear pants so Jesus can enter into them.

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Reverend Njohi in action

(Malawi24)

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A popular man of God in Malawi, Reverend Njohi, has stirred more controversy after he ordered all the women in his church to remove their pants and underwear so that Jesus Christ can enter into them, Malawi24 reports.

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The controversial founder of Lord's Propeller Redemption Church, said he issued the directive under spiritual and divine injunctions, adding that any woman who refuses to do so will incur the wrath of the holy spirit.

According to reports, Reverend Njohi personally checks his female members to make sure they are not wearing anything under and any woman found to have disobeyed the divine command, is reprimanded.

A senior pastor in the church told Malawi24:

"In a meeting chaired by Reverend Njohi, a law was passed banning the wearing of inner wears. Njohi claims that when going to church, people need to be free in 'body' and 'spirit' to receive Christ.

He strongly cautioned his church members of grave consequences should they decide to disobey his commands and put on underwear without his knowledge.

The pastor has also banned women from wearing bras."

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The move, according to reports, have cause a public outcry for the government to start regulating prophets and other Pentecostal churches.

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