Africa Holy Ghost And Fire Tour 2024 – Week Three

Pastors Rodney & Adonica Howard-Browne

Publish date: 04/21/2024

Foundation Scriptures:

And he said unto them, Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature… Mark 16:15-18

Ask of me, and I shall give thee the heathen for thine inheritance, and the uttermost parts of the earth for thy possession. Psalms 2:8 KJV



April 14-20, 2024

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City #259 of 300

Sunday, April 14, 2024

Total Attendance: 9,026

Total Altar: 7,775

Total Mobilized: 8,484


Madagascar Totals 3/3

Total Attendance: 21,728

Total Altar: 14,139

Total Mobilized: 17,890


Maseru, Lesotho

City #260 of 300

On Tuesday, April 15th, we arrived safely in Maseru, Lesotho, and were royally greeted by the Prime Minister’s protocol (The Honorable Mr. Samuel Ntsokoane Matekane). Then we were warmly greeted with joyful singing and dancing, followed by an interview with the National Media on our purpose for coming to Lesotho, and then headed straight to the Prime Minister’s Office.


What happened next is the manifestation of things we have preached about. The days of the Book of Acts have come again! We arrived at the Prime Minister’s residence and met with him for about 20 minutes. Afterwards, he took me to his private office, and over a cup of tea, the two of us had a very fruitful private discussion concerning his country. During our meeting, the Prime Minister told me they had been plagued by a drought. As he did, I felt a strong anointing and told him we would break it in Jesus’ Name. And within 15 minutes, it began to rain—a rain they told me they hadn’t seen in years! They felt the rain was a sign of God’s grace because of our visit to the kingdom. The Lord is so faithful.


Tuesday, April 16, 2024

The following morning, Adonica and I had the privilege of meeting for about 30 minutes with the Head of State of Lesotho—His Majesty King Letsie III—at his Royal Palace in the City of Maseru. He is born again and loves Jesus. He graciously welcomed us to his kingdom. We presented him with several gifts––my Stewardship Bible and several of my books. I even brought him a cow as a gift, which made him very happy! Then we prayed with him for the wisdom to guide His people.


Afterwards, I went to visit one of the great African evangelists, Michael Kolisang—Evangelist Reinhard Bonnke’s first convert in Lesotho. He became as a Timothy to Reinhard; held many evangelistic crusades throughout the years and built many churches. I wanted to honor him for his years of dedicated service to the Kingdom of God. We were able to bless him with resources—financial and tangible needs—including: 6 tents for his evangelists, sowing into him and his daughter personally, and his radio station. We are also reprinting his book (currently out of print). He looked at me and said, “God sent you.” I replied, “I came to bless the man of God.” There was not a dry eye in the place. It was glorious, and we thank God for His divine grace to be able to help many—especially faithful ministers of the Gospel.


Revival Meeting:

At the evening revival meeting, we were packed out and overflowing in the biggest venue in the city. The main auditorium was full and so was the tented overflow area. It was a powerful night, which was recorded by National Television and will air again nationwide on Sunday across Lesotho!

Maseru Revival Meeting

Tuesday, April 16, 2024

Total Attendance: 2,788 

Total Altar: 1,014

Total Mobilized: 2,231


Business & Leaders Meeting

Wednesday, April 17, 2024

Total Attendance: 1,182

Total Altar: 355

Total Mobilized: 909


Lesotho Totals 2/2

Total Attendance: 3,970

Total Altar: 1,369

Total Mobilized: 3,140


Cape Town, South Africa 

City #261 of 300

The next morning, we left Maseru, stopping in Johannesburg, South Africa, to clear customs, on the way to Cape Town. I was able to have a very productive private meeting with the Lesotho Consulate General, Mr. Likhapha Seliane, who cleared his busy schedule to come to meet with me regarding the nation of Lesotho. We discussed problems related to Lesotho and solutions to the problems. Then we wrapped up the meeting, said our goodbyes, and boarded River One to fly to Cape Town. After a 1 hour and 50-minute flight, we landed in Cape Town, the “mother city” of South Africa, to get ready for the big stadium event on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.


What a powerful opening night in the Athlone Stadium in Cape Town! We had to deal with opening night issues, but it was an epic first night. Unfortunately, we ran into similar problems at the last Cape Town venue––the ticketing system. The people were assigned tickets when they registered, but we are allowing entrance to everyone who shows up. Security at the gates was not allowing all-comers in, but we are so grateful to the Mayor of Cape Town, Geordin Hill-Lewis, who joined us for opening night, and he persuaded them on our behalf. We are so grateful to the mayor for his assistance and generosity. In a first, anywhere in the world in 94 countries, the city of Cape Town paid for the Stadium R550k and R650k for all services. Police, traffic, fire, and medical! I am in my 44th year of ministry and have never had this happen. 


Our second issue was with the taxis, who did not deliver the people as agreed. They were hired to transport people to and from the stadium, but because they were mistakenly paid upfront, they were not motivated to fulfill their side of the contract. Despite all this, we went ahead with the Kaapse Klopse—the Cape Town Minstrel Carnival—and our special guest singers. Then I went straight into my message called “Lord Remember Me.” I just wept tonight! We had 11,584 decisions for Christ, and we believe that everything will flow more smoothly over the next two nights.


Cape Town Ablaze Night 1

Friday, April 19, 2024

Total Attendance: 27,402

Total Altar: 11,584

Total Mobilized: 17,373


Holy Ghost & Fire Africa Tour 2024 Running Totals 4/7

Total Attendance: 55,786    

Total Altar: 27,621

Total Mobilized: 40,511


Thank you so much for all your love, prayers, and support. We love you!