15 things you did not know about Bishop Moosah
Who is Moosah Cays?
I am a young minister who began to preach the Gospel in 2005, in Darwendale, before God called me Himself. I was inspired by the messages of Evangelist Chiweshe. I come from an Islamic background so i grew fast because there was already another doctrine in me, which was contrary to the Gospel of Christ. I was always contradicting with anyone who would say Jesus is the Son of God, let alone saying He is God Himself, so in order to understand these things, I read and studied the Word of God the more. The more I sought understanding, the more I grew in the knowledge of God and the more I became wiser.
I got along with Joseph David, a certain youth who had much grace in him learning a lot from him. He has a bigger contribution to what I am today. Currently, I am the Presiding Bishop of The City Gate Assemblies also running another interdenominational movement called The Troika. I am a Life Coach, a marriage counsellor, a radio host on StarFM where I teach life changing messages every Monday at 10:30 on Musha Mukadzi and Every Tuesday at 09:30 on Soul Food.
I am a husband and a father of three children, Bliss Laurah, Bright James and Citadellah Angel. I was born on 5 January in 1986. I am accountable to Apostle Rodney Chipoyera of KPM. I am Malawian by descent and Zimbabwean by birth speaking three languages; Chewa, English and Shona.
What was your first job?
My first Job was in 2006, as a gardener in Belvedere, Harare.
How much was your first pay. How did you spend it?
It was $2000 Zimbabwean dollars those days, and I don’t even remember what it could afford. All I know is it couldn’t buy a single pair of trousers.
What was the one thing you wish somebody had told you when you were starting your career?
I wish somebody just encouraged me to focus on my calling. Many people thought I was a lazy young man, simply because I always wanted to spend my time in the presence of God. So in trying to prove that I wasn’t lazy, I ended up looking for menial jobs.
If you were the president of Zimbabwe, how would you fix Zimbabwe?
I would advocate for the suspension of political parties, because they are the genesis of hate among Zimbabweans. I would call for a transitional Authority to run the country for 15 to 20 years, without elections, building the country and the economy, with more technocrats than politicians, until Zimbabwe becomes ready for proper free and fair elections.
What is your biggest regret?
Trying to get married when I was very young, thus brought a lot of setbacks in my life and career.
What is the most interesting thing about you that people don’t know?
I can relate with anyone, whether Muslim, Hindu, unbelievers and even Drunkards. I just love people in general
What is it that you wish you had done in your life?
I wish I had played soccer at international level. I loved it and I was very good at it.
What is your favorite color of socks?
What is the worst lie you have ever told?
I wanted to get a job at Nestle Zimbabwe, and they needed at least 5 O’ level subjects for them to give you a job. I didn’t have them, so I stole my elder brother’s school certificates and ID, and got the job as Golden Kamisola, not as Moosah Kamisola. I worked there just for a week and the lie was exposed.
What was the lowest point of your life?
When I started staying alone for the first time in my life, in Old Tafara. Things were so bad for me.
Who are the greatest people you have shared the stage with, and when?
Apostle Maongera, Prophet T Freddy, Pastor Rumbie, Bethan Pasinawako, Apostle Gwatidzo, Pax Gomo, Dr Liberty Kingsdale, Apostle Gladman Maregedze, Rev Obadiah Musindo, Prophet Gerry King, Pastor Mapuranga, Major Zhakata, other Church leaders, Doctors and journalist etc. This has been happening since 2013 when I started ministry full time. God has been faithful
Who is the person you wish to meet before leaving earth?
Fun enough, I would like to meet Alick Macheso, his talent is a marvel!
What are the most crucial traits you looked for in your spouse?
Unlike what other men of God look for in a woman; like more of the fear of God, discipline and the ability to stand before people and teach the word, I looked for a free spirited woman, someone who is not shy to express herself freely, someone not religious.
Who are the great men and women of God you look up to?
Apostle Rodney Chipoyera, Prophet Immanuel Makandiwa, Chris Oyakhilome and Bishop Tudor Bismark, they are a great inspiration to me.