Aspher Madziyire, the president of the Apostolic Faith Mission in Zimbabwe (AFM) is being sued at the High Court to allow the churches’ financial records to be audited. Madziyire was sued by AFM pastors Kefias Mujokeri and Paymore Murefu in a case which High Court judge Justice Happias Zhou set aside the ruling for this week.
Part of Mujokeri and Murefu’s court application reads:
It has been 15 years since Madziyire took over as president and since then, no audit has ever been done despite the stipulations of our church constitution which say a detailed financial report should be produced every year.
Many have since stopped demanding for the audit for fear of victimisation and this is why we resolved to do it the court way.
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