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<p>By Jonk WA Mashamba<br />
jonkm@greateralextoday.co.za</p>

<p>CLEMENT SHIRINDA (29) is nationally known for healing wounds with his motivational speaking. Shirinda (29), is a third child in the family of four from the Jerome Village in Malamulele, was involved in a horrific accident, which claimed four lives and left eight people badly injured. The accident occurred on the 4th of April 2014 in Centurion, Pretoria. Shirinda, now based in Tembisa, has embarked on the prayer to pray for swift healing of Corona patients, and the complete stop of other infection by the deadly pandemic. However, Shirinda, the founder of CS Foundation, warned Alexandrans that the lockdown was proactive than cure:</p>

<p>“The Corona virus is real and you have to adhere to the rules. Be careful with your movement and stick to allocated movements. It is everyone’s responsibility to look after themselves, not the government.”  Shirinda, who recently motivated youth in Alex, has been touring Mzansi to spread the message of hope to the hopeless. By going to pray at a mountain, Shirinda said he wanted God to see the seriousness of his prayer as many people were dying from the pandemic. “We are seeking his presence like never before; we cannot afford to lose people in overwhelming numbers.” On the 3rd of February, this year, he shared on his Facebook wall, the post that changed many people. “The day when doctors told me that my penis will never work again (and) that I will forever use a pipe to pee. My God, I may look like a useless man in the eyes of the people, but life that I have will change the multitude of your people in the universe.”</p>

<p>The ‘Brave man’, as Shirinda is affectionately known, is currently writing a book titled, ‘I lost it but I’m still a man. He has been staying with his wife for the past nine years and her support is massive. He underwent three operations but with no success. “I was declared disabled when I lost my manhood. They told me I will never have children and will permanently use a pipe to urinate,” he said. “God did a great miracle on me. There’s God in heaven,” Shirinda said. Shirinda had to postpone a national prayer scheduled for 28th of March due to the outbreak of the Corona virus. “We were supposed to pray for safety at the N1 after the Ramulifho family lost the entire members in the horrific accident.” “We will also pray for our heroine young doctor who was murdered by her boyfriend. We will also remember gospel artist Mpho Regale, Lesley Manyathela, Collins Chabane and many others who lost their lives.” For mo re information, call Shirinda on 0634518799</p>
Prayer can heal Covid-19

By Jonk WA Mashamba
jonkm@greateralextoday.co.za

CLEMENT SHIRINDA (29) is nationally known for healing wounds with his motivational speaking. Shirinda (29), is a third child in the family of four from the Jerome Village in Malamulele, was involved in a horrific accident, which claimed four lives and left eight people badly injured. The accident occurred on the 4th of April 2014 in Centurion, Pretoria. Shirinda, now based in Tembisa, has embarked on the prayer to pray for swift healing of Corona patients, and the complete stop of other infection by the deadly pandemic. However, Shirinda, the founder of CS Foundation, warned Alexandrans that the lockdown was proactive than cure:

“The Corona virus is real and you have to adhere to the rules. Be careful with your movement and stick to allocated movements. It is everyone’s responsibility to look after themselves, not the government.”  Shirinda, who recently motivated youth in Alex, has been touring Mzansi to spread the message of hope to the hopeless. By going to pray at a mountain, Shirinda said he wanted God to see the seriousness of his prayer as many people were dying from the pandemic. “We are seeking his presence like never before; we cannot afford to lose people in overwhelming numbers.” On the 3rd of February, this year, he shared on his Facebook wall, the post that changed many people. “The day when doctors told me that my penis will never work again (and) that I will forever use a pipe to pee. My God, I may look like a useless man in the eyes of the people, but life that I have will change the multitude of your people in the universe.”

The ‘Brave man’, as Shirinda is affectionately known, is currently writing a book titled, ‘I lost it but I’m still a man. He has been staying with his wife for the past nine years and her support is massive. He underwent three operations but with no success. “I was declared disabled when I lost my manhood. They told me I will never have children and will permanently use a pipe to urinate,” he said. “God did a great miracle on me. There’s God in heaven,” Shirinda said. Shirinda had to postpone a national prayer scheduled for 28th of March due to the outbreak of the Corona virus. “We were supposed to pray for safety at the N1 after the Ramulifho family lost the entire members in the horrific accident.” “We will also pray for our heroine young doctor who was murdered by her boyfriend. We will also remember gospel artist Mpho Regale, Lesley Manyathela, Collins Chabane and many others who lost their lives.” For mo re information, call Shirinda on 0634518799

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