Grace Mugabe to meet Mapostori ahead of Zanu-PF congress

First Lady Grace Mugabe had organised a rally with various apostolic sects possibly early next month at Zimbabwe Grounds in Highfield, Harare ahead of Zanu-PF’s special congress.

The rally is being organised by former Zanu PF central committee member and patron of the newly-formed Zimbabwe Amalgamated Churches Council, Jimayi Muduvuri. Although NewsDay could not get a comment from Muduvuri, his sect’s national co-ordinator Emmanuel Muzhangiri confirmed the development. Said Muzhangiri:

The date has not yet been confirmed, but we are meeting the First Family at Zimbabwe Grounds possibly early November. We are a big organisation and we hope to bring about 200 000 members to meet the First Family. We basically want to thank the President for the peace in the country, his support for agriculture through the Presidential Inputs Scheme and for allowing us the freedom of worship we are enjoying in the country. We will also take the opportunity to express our concerns that include requesting the President that all church members also benefit from the Presidential Inputs Scheme that, together with last year’s good rains, has made the country food-secure.

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Zimbabwe Grounds is a stadium in the suburb of Highfields in Harare. It is most known for having hosted the largest political rally in Zimbabwe when Robert Mugabe came to the country to address people on Sunday January 27, 1980. The stadium is used for... Read More About Zimbabwe Grounds

Grace Ntombizodwa Mugabe (nee Marufu) is a Zimbabwean politician, business person and was the wife of late Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe. She is also a former member of the Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front (Zanu-PF) political party. She was the Secretary of the Zanu-PF Women's... Read More About Grace Mugabe

Highfield is one of the second oldest suburbs in Harare Metropolitan Province established in 1930. It is popularly known as Fiyo in the local pidgin language (slang) is located to the southwest of Harare and is bordered by Waterfalls, Willowvale, Glen Norah and Southerton.It has... Read More About Highfield

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