Stunning pictures of Lily Java as she turns 30. The beautiful and humble soul has turned 30 years today and we are so happy to celebrate with her. She is also happy about her unborn baby which they are expecting in the late months of the year. So we share with you some stunning pictures of the beautiful person, who completes the controversial Passion Java.
She is the wife of the most controversial prophet in Zimbabwe at the moment, Prophet Passion Java aka Twabam. The prophet has been making rounds and causing chaos with his controversial statements and videos that he posts online.
While all this is happening we can see his wife always beside her, but do we really know her? Who is she really? Well, we are taking you on a ride as we get to know Lilly Java and browse through some of the stunning pictures she posts on social media.
Prophet Passion Java’s better half Lily Java has put the secret to her happy marriage out there. Mrs Java has said she is submissive to her husband and gives him the space to be the leader of the house.
SUBMISSION is not being a slave to your spouse. Submission is SUPPORT, HONOR, RESPECT and LOVE. Love your spouse by supporting them in ministry/career and in their daily life. SERVE each other and allow him to be the head in the house.
The Ethiopian Lily Java (nee Tsegaye) became Prophet Java’s wife after being married in an elaborate and colourful ceremony in Jamaica in 2016. The wedding took place a mere four months after Java finalised his divorce from his first wife, Yasmine. In an interview, Lily revealed that the couple met in at a conference in Baltimore, in the United States in 2016. However, she emphasized that she had nothing to do with Java’s divorce from his first wife.
Watch video of Lily doing a baby watch dance as she shows off her baby bump
Source – MbareTimes
In other news – Parents to pay term 2 school fees
Parents to pay term 2 school fees. One in March as part of measures that were put in place to prevent the spread of coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic. The Government will not exempt pupils from paying school fees for Term Two although some pupils will only resume classes in September.
However, parents and guardians might not pay the full fees for their children as consultations are going on to determine when and how much they should pay for the term, which if things were normal would be…continue reading.