DISGRACED Grace Family International Church Prophet Evidence Chari has threatened to hack the H-Metro website and deal with the journalist who covered the fracas at his service, dubbed ‘Recond Breaking Friday.’
Violence broke out after Prophetess Hadassah demanded her vehicle from the prophet.
Prophet Chari said Prophetess Hadassah and her team were ‘refugees’ he kept at his mansion for five months after they refused to stay at their one-roomed house without sofas.
Posting on his Facebook timeline, he accused them of causing the assault of an H-Metro journalist.
Prophet Chari visited the H-Metro newsroom yesterday demanding to see the writer of the story and threatened unspecified action regarding the recording of the video footage of the Friday fracas at his church.
Prophet Chari also threatened to hack the H-Metro website. “Yes, the story had the facts of what transpired, but I was totally disturbed by the video footage that showed the assault.
“I want to deal with the writer so that if he was paid to cover the drama he will not do the same to other men of God to come,” said Prophet Chari.
He said Prophetess Hadassah told her that the story was published without her consent and sought forgiveness over the whole issue.
“My mobile phone broke and I had to visit Ximex Mall for another shatter glass and this is where I am right now,” said Prophet Chari.
“Prophetess Hadassah is coming to meet me to make peace with me. I will seek her permission first if she wants you to be there, but I do not like drama.
“I am going to give my response on one of my social media platforms, but not on my ministry Facebook page.
“If you give me the contact numbers of the people who phoned you, it will help me decide whether to continue giving my response on my Instagram or not,” he said.
Prophet Chari locked his ministry Facebook page for comments following some attacks he received from people.
A number of people who followed the video footage recorded by H-Metro on the day in question attacked Prophet Chari for assaulting his wife, only identified as Anesu.