“We needed to buy a bed and he said we don't have the funds but the next day he gave £200 to the church.He had no trouble finding the money,” Connie told The Voice. Whatever I earned I had to (use to) look after me and the children." In the end, Kevin walked out, telling her that the “voice of God” told him to do so.
“He would give the most [money] even though we couldn't afford to.
He would make this his priority, believing he'd be ‘spiritually punished’ if he didn't.” Connie said: “He felt obligated to do these things (and we went) £10,000 in debt and I don't know where it’s all gone.” His obsession pushed them apart, she said.
He would give away money to the pastor and other members at their church.
He gave away electrical equipment including mobile phones and he once handed out £200 to a couple in the church who was planning a wedding.
He said the culture of some churches forced people to spend what they cannot afford and indirectly link giving to the church to salvation, which is not the way it is supposed to be.
He said many families are left hurting because of such practices.According to Zimdiaspora, the adulterous couple are rigidly attached together through their private parts and the woman’s husband is said to be holding the secret of this episode that has stunned local police and the neighborhood of Zimre Park Ruwa, Harare where they both stay in their respective houses.At the time of going to Press, the couple had been stuck for 48 hours.It became a nightmare that saw them spiral £10,000 into debt, she said. Connie, 42 started to notice dramatic changes in Kevin, 36.She said he started to put the church before his family and only listened to advice that he got from members of the church.“He’d say I wasn’t knowledgeable enough." He then told Connie he wanted to become "God's favourite" and as she watched in horror, he set out to try to become just that.