Apostolic Faith Mission in Zimbabwe’s (AFM) leadership has suspended top church leaders as the power struggle in the church intensifies.
The battle to control one of Zimbabwe’s biggest churches rages on, threatening to further split the group.
The church’s general secretary Reverend Amos Madawu communicated that seven top church leaders have since been suspended for violating the church constitution.
The church’s president, Reverend Aspher Madziyire on Wednesday suspended vice-president Reverend Cossum Chiangwa and his allies without salary and benefits.
AFM Council resolved to suspend without pay and benefits, the church’s deputy president and Harare West province Overseer Rev Chiyangwa, Harare North Overseer Rev Arthur Nhamburo, Harare East Overseer Rev Amon Chinyemba and Ruwa province Overseer Rev Maron Mashumba
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Reverend Aspher Madziyire is a Zimbabwean religious figure who is president of Apostolic Faith Mission in Zimbabwe (AFM) and also pastor at A.F.M Grace Centre in Bulawayo. Read More About Aspher Madziyire
Apostolic Faith Mission in Zimbabwe (AFM) is one of the largest Pentecostal denominations or churches in Zimbabwe. It has a following of more than 2 million people from various parts of the country. The church believes in the Holy Spirit and it treats Sunday as... Read More About Apostolic Faith Mission in Zimbabwe