ZANU PF-aligned pastor who is the founder of the Destiny for Africa Network Obadia Misundo has refuted allegations that he is a land baron. Msindo is known for giving away residential stands all over the country.
The latest beneficiary of Msindo’s largesse is gospel singer Bethan Painawako-Ngolomi who was given a 300-square-metre residential stand in Kadoma.
While speaking at the launch of Bethan’s album launch in Harare on Friday night, Msindo said
Some people say I am a land baron, but I am different from those other land barons because my books are in order.
If former president Robert Mugabe would have been here, he would have said your operations are in order.
If you don’t work hard, you die. Work to eat. There are a lot of opportunities in this new dispensation. Grab those opportunities, get that mine, and get that farm. Faith without action is dirty.
We are coming out of those difficult 37 years and we need to give this new government a chance.
It will be a difficult time of transformation. We are coming out of Egypt and Canaan is nigh.