The leader of the Zimbabwe Christian Church (ZCC), Bishop Nehemiah Mutendi has called on opposition politicians to accept the results of the 2018 harmonised elections to allow the country to start moving forward. Mutendi urged the opposition to emulate Mnangagwa who did not cry foul when he was defeated twice in Kwekwe. Speaking at the church’s annual conference, Mutendi said,
Those that are not happy with the results of the elections, there are rules to follow, there is the Constitution to guide us, there are courts to decide but we want it quickly over so that Zimbabwe gets to rebuilding the country…They know their game, the game has rules, the Constitution is there, everything is on the ground. Why quarrel, the quarrelling that is going on, besides causing death to our people, it is delaying progress. When is business going to start and when is talking going to stop……He (Mnangagwa) should have left politics a long time ago. He lost several times in Kwekwe but he didn’t call it quits or to cry foul over that. Those are the mature kind of people that we need.
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Nehemiah Mutendi is a Zimbabwean born religious figure who is the leader of the Zion Christian Church (ZCC) one of the biggest locally initiated churches in the country. Read More About Nehemiah Mutendi
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